Dr. Qiu joined the Centre for Higher Education Equity and Access (CHEEA) in May 2012, following working at the Centre for Research in Medical and Dental Education (CRMDE), and is currently working on a Nuffield project of labour market expectations, relative performance and subject choice.
Dr Qiu is an applied economist and her main research interests are in the areas of health economics, labour economics and economics of happiness. She received her Ph.D. in economics from the University of Bath on May 2008. Before joining CRMDE, she worked at the National Centre for e-Social Science, a multidisciplinary research centre at the University of Manchester.
Economics of education, Work-related education and training, Widening participation in higher education, Health-related research, Labour economics and Quantitative research in general
Mini commentary on Mackay et al 'Obstetric factors and different causes of special educational need: Retrospective cohort study of 407,503 schoolchildren', BJOG, 2012.
Programme Committee for the 5th International Conference on e-Social Science.
Thomas, H. Qiu, T. (2012). Work-related continuing education and training: participation and effectivenession, Journal of Workplace Learning, 24, 3, 157-176.
Qiu, T. (2011). Participation in work-related continuing education and training: a comparison of high and low-skilled workers, Scottish Economic Society Annual Conference, Perth, Scotland.
Qiu, T. Hudson, J. (2010). Private returns to education in urban China, Economic Change and Restructuring, 43, 2, 131-150. ISSN: 1573-9414. DOI: 10.1007/s10644-009-9081-9
Qiu, T. (2010). The Adjusted Measure of Body Mass Index for the Chinese and its Impact on Health, MPRA Paper No. 25211.