Professor Patricia Justino is a Research Affiliate at ISDC and a development economist specialising in applied microeconomics. Her current research work focuses on the impact of violence and conflict on household welfare and local institutional structures, the microfoundations of violent conflict and the implications of violence for economic development.
Other research interests include the measurement of multidimensional inequality and poverty and their effects on social development and economic growth, the measurement and modelling of poverty (static and dynamic), the role of social security and redistribution on economic growth and household welfare and the impact of economic shocks on household income mobility.
Patricia has led several research projects funded by the British Academy, DFID, the European Commission, the ESRC, FAO, the Leverhulme Trust, UNDP, UNESCO, UN Women and the World Bank. She is the Director of MICROCON and co-founder and co-director of the Households in Conflict Network. Since September 2013, Patricia Justino leads the Vulnerability and Poverty Reduction Team at the Institute of Development Studies (IDS) in Sussex.
- New Report: Life with Corona – Shared Global Sentiments and Stark Generational Divides
- Trust in the Time of Corona
- Conflict and development: Recent research advances and future agendas
- On the Legacies of Wartime Governance
- The Microeconomics of Violent Conflict
- A Micro-Level Perspective on the Dynamics of Conflict, Violence and Development