Ines Lee
Assistant Professor at University of York
Expertise: Statistical analysis, economics, data analysis
Education: Univesity of Oxford

Ines Lee is an assistant professor of economics at the University of York with a background in applied microeconomics and statistics. Lee is also a research associate at the Institute for Fiscal Studies and a research affiliate at the Institute of Labor Economics. She previously served as a junior research fellow at the University of Cambridge She holds a PhD in economics from the University of Oxford.

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