Thomas F. Crossley


 

Contact:
tfcrossley 
"at" gmail.com
I am an economist and social scientist. My research interests are:
  • Household behaviour (particularly consumption and saving), financial security, and living standards.
  • The design, collection and analysis of survey data. 
  • Economic measurement.
  • Microeconometrics. 
I am a Professor in the Department of Economics at the University of Essex, in the UK. In addition, I: 
  • am co-investigator, Associate Director, Chair of the Scientific Group and ex-officio member of the Scientific Advisory Committee for Understanding Society. Understanding Society is the UK's major longitudinal household survey, and the largest household study of its kind. Understanding Society incorporates the British Household Panel Survey, which began in 1991.
  • am a Research Fellow of the Institute for Fiscal Studies, London (where I was also Programme Director for the Consumption Research Sector from 2007 to 2012, and a co-editor of Fiscal Studies from 2012-2015),
  • am a researcher in the ESRC Research Centre on Micro-Social Change (MiSoC) at the University of Essex. 
  • am a member of the Office Of National Statistics Economics Experts Working Group,
  • am an associate editor of the Journal of Applied Econometrics,
  • am an elected member of the Conference on Research in Income and Wealth (CRIW), 
  • am an advisor to the Kraks Fond Institute for Urban Economic Research, in Copenhagen, 
  • am on the advisory board of the Consumer Payments Research Centre of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.
My CV is here
My Google Scholar Page is here,  my IDEAS/RePEc page is here, and my public ORCID page is here.
You may find preprints of some of my papers on these pages, in the Essex University Research Repository (here) or in Researchgate (here).