Ana Rincon Aznar
Ana’s research focuses on understanding the drivers of productivity in modern economies, drawing from theoretical and empirical models, and the use of both macro-economic and micro-economic data. In the study of productivity differences across countries, industries and firms, she looks at the role of innovation, human capital and institutions. She is also interested in empirical analyses of trade. Ana is currently also on secondment at the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (Industrial Strategy Council).