Dr Daria Luchinskaya is a researcher at the Institute for Employment Research at the University of Warwick and a lecturer in Economics at St Anne's College, University of Oxford.
She has a long-running interest in public policy, particularly regarding education and skills. Her current research focuses on graduate employment and skill use at work in small firms in the UK.
She is also working on policy-relevant research on a variety of labour market issues, such as fragile employment, access to elite occupations, and innovation and job quality.
Daria is a proponent of mixed methods research (quantitative and qualitative), which she used extensively in her PhD on graduate employment in small firms in the UK (University of Warwick) and in her Masters research on the policy reforms in Russian higher education (University of Oxford).