Ida Brzezinska is an Assistant Consultant in the Data Innovation team within the Research & Evidence practice at Oxford Policy Management. She has experience in quantitative impact evaluations and data analysis, focusing on applying new sources of ‘big data’ to international development research. In particular, she works with remote sensing climate data to analyze the link between poverty and climatic risks in low-and-middle-income countries.
She presented her work, co-authored with Jin Jo Kim of Oxford Policy Management, on how removing policies that are labor market barriers—specifically the Hukou system in China—improves outcomes for workers, drawn from their working paper, “The Working Dread? Analyzing the Impact of the Hukou Reform on Firms’ Monopsony Power in China.”