James Healy is an Economist with Economic Modelling Specialists Intl. (Emsi) UK and a Research Officer in the School of Management. With an academic and professional background in Economics and Development Economics and undertaking PhD in Labour Economics, his current research interests focus primarily around the UK labour market, in areas such as job satisfaction, sexual orientation pay differentials, pay review systems, and the impact on wage of under- and over-qualification. His work has been presented at several Swansea University conferences, nationally at WISERD 2015 and 2016, and internationally at the IZA Labour Economics Summer Conference in Germany. He also possesses a prior teaching experience in the area of Microeconomics, Labour Economics, Managerial Economics, and Economics for Business. Before returning to Swansea University to undertake a PhD, James worked in the City of London as a Renewables and Pricing Analyst for an energy trading firm. His role involved attending Whitehall meetings regarding renewable energy policies in the UK, such as the Feed-in-Tariff and Renewables Obligation.