Dr Rhys Llewellyn Thomas

Fellow by Special Election in Economics

Rhys Llewellyn Thomas is a Fellow by Special Election in Economics at St Edmund Hall. Prior to his appointment as Fellow by Special Election, Rhys was an Early Career Teaching and Research Fellow at St Edmund Hall. Currently, he is a Health Economics Researcher at the Health Economics Research Centre (HERC), Nuffield Department of Population Health, University of Oxford. He teaches Microeconomics related subjects to undergraduate students at the Hall.

Rhys graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of Southampton in 2016. Subsequently, he received an ESRC DTC 1+3 Research Studentship where he studied for an MSc. and followed by a Ph.D. in Economics, also at the University of Southampton.

Rhys’s research interest is in Health Economics. In particular, he uses econometric techniques to analyse health-related questions. More specifically, he is interested in applying econometric methods to answer public policy, inequality, and behavioural questions in health.

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