Alex Eble (2005)

Alex attended LSE 2005-6 and completed a M.Sc. in Development Studies. Alex graduated from Indiana University with majors in economics and East Asian languages and cultures and a minor in mathematics. He has studied Mandarin Chinese in Beijing, China, and Spanish in Valencia, Spain.

After finishing his master's degree at LSE, Alex lived and worked in India for two years managing several research projects, including two randomized controlled trials, evaluating healthcare and education delivery interventions in rural Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra. He then returned to the Centre for Economic Performance at the LSE to contribute to Lord Richard Layard's research on well-being/happiness before beginning a PhD in economics at Brown University, where he is now.

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