Professor Christine Greenhalgh, MSc Lond, MA Oxf, PhD Princeton teaches core papers across a full range of theoretical and applied economics and the special paper in Labour Economics. She lectures on the nature and impact of Technological Change at both the microeconomic and macroeconomic level. She has undertaken empirical research directed to questions of urgent public policy interest, relating to employment and unemployment, wage discrimination, external trade performance, and the changing balance between manufacturing and services.
She has recently focused her research interests on the impact of new technology, and acts as the Economics Research Director of the Oxford Intellectual Property Research Centre, situated at the College. She has at various times been an academic advisor to the Treasury, the Department for Education and Skills, and the Department of Trade and Industry.