I’m now a Junior Lecturer at the Life Course and Social Inequality Research Centre (LIVES) at the University of Lausanne.
My research interests centre on the causes and consequences of spatial inequality. I’m interested in both how the geography of opportunity has evolved over time, and in the consequences of this and other geographies for individual labour market outcomes, health and wellbeing, and a wider array of beliefs, attitudes and preferences.
I hold a PhD in Social and Political Sciences from the European University Institute, a Masters of Research in Politics from Birkbeck, University of London, and a Masters in Geography from the University of Cambridge.
Prior to commencing my PhD, I worked in education, employment and skills policy for a number of think-tanks and third sector organisations in the United Kingdom, where I authored a host of policy-oriented reports and publications.
Please see https://katymorris.owlstown.net/ for more.