Liam Kennedy is our Research Officer, joining in October 2017 to help develop and deliver research outputs and lead CLASS’s economic and statistical analysis.
Prior to this, Liam’s background was in international development. He worked in project evaluation for a small NGO in Peru for two years and more recently has been involved in research on ultra-poverty alleviation programmes.
Liam holds a BA in Geography from the University of Leeds and an MA in Poverty and Development from the Institute of Development Studies. His postgraduate dissertation explored the disconnect between beliefs about inequality and growing socio-economic disparities in the United Kingdom and United States.
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