Miss Grace Chang

Research Analyst, Young Lives

Grace Chang joined the Young Lives team in January 2016 as a quantitative research assistant. She holds a BSc (Hons) in Economics and MSc in Economics from the University of Warwick, where her dissertation looked into the impact of immigration on native college students’ wages and jobs.

Prior to Young Lives, Grace worked as a research assistant in Khazanah Research Institute in Malaysia, under the Inequality of Wealth, Income and Opportunities track where she was mainly responsible for developing questionnaires, conducting fieldwork and data analysis.

15 June, 2018
Young Lives team runners up in 2018 OxTALENT awards for data visualizations
Research interests:

Development economics (intergenerational social mobility, early childhood development, poverty); labour economics (bargaining power employment relationships).