Francis Green

UCL Institute of Education, UK

IZA World of Labor role

Author, Topic spokesperson


Job quality: job insecurity, Job quality: work intensification, Job quality: changing skills, Private schools, Graduate labour market


United Kingdom


English - Native speaker

Media experience

Print, Digital, Television, Radio



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Current position

Professor of Work and Education Economics, UCL Institute of Education, University College London, UK

Positions/functions as a policy advisor

Consultant to European Foundation for Living and Working Conditions

Past positions

Professor of Economics, University of Kent, UK; Professor of Economics, University of Leeds, UK


PhD Economics, Birkbeck College

Selected publications

  • "Away from home, better at school. The case of a British boarding school." Economics of Education Review 73 (2019) (with F. Foliani and M. Sartarelli).

  • "The declining volume of workers' training in Britain." British Journal of Industrial Relations 54:2 (2016): 422–448 (with A. Felstead, D. Gallie, H. Inanc, and N. Jewson).

  • "Are English free schools socially selective? A quantitative analysis." British Educational Research Journal (2015) (with R. Allen and A. Jenkins).

  • "Job-related well-being through the great recession." Journal of Happiness Studies (2014) (with A. Felstead, D. Gallie, and H. Inanc).