Expertise: Labour Economics, Development Economics, Behavioural Economics, Economics as a Social Science
Amy obtained her Masters in Applied Economics from the University of Cape Town. She is currently working towards a PhD in Economics, being supervised by Prof. Martin Wittenberg. Amy spent time working as a research assistant at the African Microeconomic Research Unit (AMERU) at Wits and on a World Bank Scoping Project in Johannesburg and Pretoria where she spent some time at the Dept of Basic Education working on secure data. Her research interests are Labour Economics, Development Economics, Behavioural Economics, and Economics as a Social Science.