Dr Hannah Randolph

Economic & Policy Analyst

Economics

Publications

Understanding the impact of Covid-19 on income : labour market changes and policy solutions
Congreve Emma, Randolph Hannah, Eiser David
(2022)
Economic Commentary [October 2022]
Spowage Mairi, Randolph Hannah, Cooper Ben, Fox Calum, Milne Kate
Fraser of Allander Economic Commentary Vol 46, pp. 1-31 (2022)
Who cares and who shares? Caregiving in the household
King Elizabeth M, Randolph Hannah L, Suh Jooyeoun
(2021)
Demographic, health, and economic transitions and the future care burden
King Elizabeth M, Randolph Hannah L, Floro Maria S, Suh Jooyeoun
World Development Vol 140 (2021)
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.worlddev.2020.105371

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Professional activities

Scottish Government labour market policy evidence programme
Participant
18/11/2022
Understanding the impact of Covid-19 on household income
Contributor
16/11/2022
Panel member - Road to recovery: impact of the pandemic on the Scottish labour market
Speaker
3/11/2022
The rationale for employability support
Contributor
22/10/2022
Effects of inflation are not felt equally by all households
Contributor
6/10/2022
Communication between migrants and sending households: Evidence from Indonesia
Speaker
29/6/2022

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Projects

Understanding the impact of Covid-19 on income: labour market changes and policy solutions
Congreve, Emma (Principal Investigator) Randolph, Hannah (Researcher)
Scotland needs an accurate picture of the distribution of household incomes post-pandemic in order to examine the impact of the pandemic on household incomes and to assess the effectiveness of policy to tackle these issues. However, comprehensive data on household incomes has a lag of at least a year (we are still waiting on data to be released for the first year of the pandemic 2020-21). This proposal aims to fill this gap by providing estimates of household incomes at the start of the financial year 2022-23. There are two strands proposed to this work:

1. To provide an updated snapshot of household incomes to compare to pre-pandemic levels by different household type, age, and other characteristics of interest (subject to sample limitations).
2. To model a small number (to be agreed with the Learning and Evaluation Group) of policies using the new snapshot to compare impact and cost.
01-Jan-2022 - 30-Jan-2022

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