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University of Oxford
Andrew Wiles Building
Radcliffe Observatory Quarter
My research interests lie in the construction and analysis of data-driven models for economic development. In particular, my work involves network comparison, network centrality measures and causal design techniques applied to networks.
B8.5 Graph Theory
C5.10 Mathematics and Data Science for Development
Major / recent publications:
Straulino D, Landman M & O’Clery N (2021) A bi-directional approach to comparing the modular structure of networks. EPJ Data Science 10: 13
Landman M, Ojanpera S, Kinsella S & O’Clery N (2021) The role of relatedness and strategic linkages between domestic and MNE sectors in regional branching and resilience. ArXiv: 2104.05754.
Landman M & O’Clery N (2020) The impact of the Employment Equity Act on female inter-industry labour mobility and the gender wage gap in South Africa. United Nations WIDER Working Paper 2020/52