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Dr Amanda Gosling

Senior Lecturer in Economics

School of Economics, Kennedy Building, Room 127



Amanda Gosling is a Senior Lecturer in Economics and a Research Associate of the Institute for Fiscal Studies. She trained at Oxford University and the University of London, and was formerly a Lecturer in Economics at the University of Essex.

Amanda is the School's Director of Studies for Stage 3.

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Amanda's publications can also be found on RePEc and ResearchGate.

Also view these in the Kent Academic Repository

Gosling, A. and Saloniki, E. (2014). Correction of misclassification error in disability rates. Health Economics [Online] 23:1084-1097. Available at:
Wroe, A., Ashbee, E. and Gosling, A. (2014). The Culture War and Issue Salience: An Analysis of American Sentiment on Traditional Moral Issues. Journal of American Studies [Online] 48:595-612. Available at:
Blundell, R., Gosling, A., Ichimura, H. and Meghir, C. (2007). Changes in the distribution of male and female wages accounting for employment composition using bounds. Econometrica [Online] 75:323-363. Available at:
Foliano, F. (2018). Essays in Economics of Education.
Showing 4 of 10 total publications in KAR. [See all in KAR]


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Research interests

Her research interests include labour economics and applied econometrics.

Amanda's RePEc page is

Working Papers

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Consultation hours

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PhD supervision

Current students

Past students

  • Dr Eirini Saloniki, completed 2015
  • Dr Nazia Mansoor, completed 2014
  • Dr Gabriele Amorosi: "Essays on income distribution and financial access", completed 2013. Destination: University of Hull.
  • Dr Cyrus Farsian, completed 2013
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Administrative roles

  • Director of Studies for Stage 3
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Last Updated: 28/06/2019