Miss Elizabeth Lemmon

Miss Elizabeth Lemmon

Research Assistant


Economics 3X10 University of Stirling Stirling FK9 4LA United Kingdom

About me

I began my studies in Economics here in Stirling in 2009. I graduated in June 2013 with a 1st Class Bachelor of Arts, with honours, in Economics. Following my undergraduate degree I went on to complete my MSc Economics at the University of Edinburgh on the Scottish Graduate Programme in Economics (SGPE). I graduated in November 2014.

I came back to Stirling in October 2014 to begin my PhD in Economics, under the supervision of Professor David Bell and Dr Alasdair Rutherford. In May 2015, I joined Professor Bell’s research team in Stirling on a new longitudinal study of ageing in Scotland, as a research assistant for one year.

I returned to my PhD research in May 2016. Between June 2017 and September 2018 I undertook a 3 month internship within the Health and Social Care Analysis Division of the Scottish Government.


  • MSc Economics
    DescriptionScottish Graduate Programme for Economics. Awarded MSc*. Thesis title: Disability, Ageing and Labour Force Outcomes: The Effects of Disability Legislation
    Type of educationMaster's degree (Postgraduate)
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