||Ms Milo VANDEMOORTELE|
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LSE Social policy
Milo Vandemoortele’s research interests lie in examining the association between parental resources and educational attainment in low- and middle-income countries. She taught at the Department for Methodology, in quantitative subjects. Prior to LSE, Milo worked as a researcher at the Overseas Development Institute (ODI, London) in the Growth, Poverty and Inequality Programme.
Milo has a degree in economics (University of Pennsylvania) and an MPhil in Development Studies (Institute of Development Studies-Sussex). As part of the ESRC 1+3 doctoral training programme she obtained an MSc in Social Research Methods at the LSE. She is fluent in Spanish, French and Dutch.
Milo’s doctoral project is titled ' Inequality in Attainment: Parental Resources and Children’s Cognitive Development in Four Low and Middle Income Countries'
Current Research Projects:
- Intergenerational Issues
- Quantitative data analysis
The Role of Parental Resources on Child Development in Developing Countries.
- Measuring Household Wealth with Latent Trait Modelling: An Application to Malawian DHS Data.
Vandemoortele, M. (2014). Measuring Household Wealth with Latent Trait Modelling: An Application to Malawian DHS Data. Social Indicators Research. 118(2), 877-891.
- Measuring Equitable MDG Progress.
Vandemoortele, M., Natali, L., and Geddes, M. (2014) Measuring Equitable MDG Progress. European Journal of Development Research. 26, 651–675
- Building Blocks for Equitable Growth: Lessons from the BRICS.
Vandemoortele, M., Bird, K., Toit, A. D., Liu, M., Sen, K., & Soares, F. V. (2013). Building Blocks for Equitable Growth: Lessons from the BRICS. International Organisations Research Journal, 2, 16-57.