Moore, Professor Michael
Keywords: healthy life expectancy; aging; fertility; savings
I am a quantitative economist that specialises in Finance. I am published widely in international macroeconomics and foreign exchange rates. In the public health area, I have worked on life expectancy and its impact on savings decisions. I am currently working on a model that treats fertility as a choice that is made jointly with labour supply and savings decisions. My particular focus is on how female education impacts on these choices. I have been a visiting professor at the Harvard school of Public Health and am currently at Warwick Business School.