Professor Rachel Griffith FBA
Applied economic analysis of the impact of government policy on economic performance; competition, innovation and productivity; firm pricing behaviour; consumer shopping patterns and nutrition
- Fellow type
- UK Fellow
- Year elected
- Economics and Economic History
Rachel is Research Director of the IFS. She is Professor of Economics at the University of Manchester, Editor of the Economic Journal and a Research Fellow of CEPR. Rachel won the Birgit Grodal award in 2014 and was awarded a CBE in Queen's Birthday Honours 2015 for services to economic policy. Her research considers the relationship between government policy and economic performance. Her specific interests relate to empirical industrial organisation, the retail food sector, nutrition, innovation, productivity and corporate tax.
Research Director, Institute for Fiscal Studies; Professor of Economics, The University of Manchester
Institute for Fiscal Studies Research Director
University of Manchester Professor
What is economics?
4 Oct 2019 Professor Rachel Griffith FBA
Professor Rachel Griffith FBA explains the study of economics and how economists consider how policies and practices could help people make better choices; for themselves, their families, or for society.