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Áine Doran (MSc, QUB) is a PhD student in Economics at Queen's. Her PhD entitled 'A Reversal of Fortunes: A Study of 19th Century Poverty' studies poverty in the years preceeding and following the Irish Famine. Previously, Áine worked as a reseach assistant on the Irish Famine Project studying the 'Causes and Consequences of the Great Irish Famine.'
Economic History, Demography
Áine holds a BSc in Economics and Finance with First Class Honours, and a MSc in Economics, both from Queen's University Belfast. She was awarded a DfE Studentship to undertake a PhD in Economics at Queen's Management School.
Tutor for Introduction to Economics (ECO 1007), 2018/19
Tutor for The Economy (CORE) (ECO 1013), 2019/20
Activity: Participating in or organising an event types › Participation in workshop, seminar, course
Activity: Participating in or organising an event types › Participation in conference