Alexandra is a Lecturer in Economics. She holds a MSc and PhD in Economics. Her primary areas of teaching are Microeconomics, Environmental and Resource Economics.
Alexandra has previously worked as a Lecturer in Economics at Birmingham City University.
Alexandra’s research areas of interests are labour economics, ecological economics and feminist economics. Current projects includes investigation of the relationship between preferences to working hours and attitudes to the environment, and the role of collective bargaining.
Alexandra is the secretary of the Association for Heterodox Economics (AHE), which aims to promote open and tolerant debate in economics through a pluralist approach to theory, method, and ideology.
She is also a member of the International Association for Feminist Economics (IAFFE). This is a group of scholars, policy professionals, students, advocates and activists interested in empowering and improving the well-being of women and other under-represented groups around the world.