Dr Margaryta Klymak
- International development
Margaryta joined the Department of International Development in December 2023 after working as a Departmental Lecturer and College Fellow in Economics at the University of Oxford. She grew up in Ukraine and obtained an undegraduate degree in Kyiv before completing her MSc in Economics at the University of Edinburgh and her PhD in Economics in Trinity College Dublin in 2019. Margaryta also interned at UNU-WIDER and worked as a consultant for the World Bank.
Margaryta's research lies at the intersection of development economics, public economics and political economy, with a particular interest in government-firm interactions and labour market dynamics in middle-income and developing counties.
- Development economics
- Public economics
- Political economy
- Public procurement
- Child and forced labour
Margaryta's current research agenda is focused on public procurement in Ukraine before and during the war. Her research has been published in journals such as World Development and Economics Letters and has been cited by major newspapers such as the Financial Times and the Telegraph.
You can access Margaryta's publications here.
7YYD0025 Advanced Quantitative Methods for Causal Inference
Margaryta would be happy to supervise PhD students in applied microeconomics.