Nikki Shure is a Research Associate on CGHE’s social and economic impact of higher education research programme.
Nikki is also a Research Affiliate at the Institute of Labor Economics (IZA). She completed her PhD in Economics as a Weidenfeld Scholar at the University of Oxford with a focus on labour economics and education economics.
Her research looks at the intersection of education policy and the labour market. She focuses on the returns to early education, maternal labour supply, non-cognitive skills, peer effects, and international comparisons of educational outcomes. She is interested in applied econometrics.
CGHE research project
- HE choices and post-HE destinations to age 25: parental background and effects of higher education funding reform in the UK
Select recent publications
- Does academic self-concept predict further and higher education participation?
CGHE working paper, September 2017
- What happens when econometrics and psychometrics collide? An example using the PISA data
Economics of Education Review, 61, 51-58, 2017