About Liz Price
Liz Price is a Senior Research Fellow at Lincoln International Business School. She conducts research into regional and local economic development, skills and labour markets, and business support. Liz has expertise in data analysis, survey and interview consultation, and policy evaluation. Before joining the University of Lincoln, she worked as a Research Officer for the Learning and Skills Council, and in research roles for two local government authorities.
Liz’s research focuses on policy orientated research, which she has undertaken on behalf of a range of government organisations. These include local authorities, Local Enterprise Partnerships, the Learning and Skills Council, European Commission, Information Commissioner’s Office, and regional development agencies, amongst others.
Liz coordinates and teaches a Research Design and Methods module for postgraduate students, which covers both quantitative and qualitative methods, including data analysis in SPSS and qualitative interviewing techniques. She is also a personal tutor for year 2 undergraduate students.
local and regional economic development, research methods
MA Social Science Research Methods
— Sheffield Hallam University, 2003
BSc (Hons) Geography
— University of Durham, 1998
A variety of research and consultancy studies over the last 14 years, including for the EU DG Enterprise, EU North Sea Region, DEFRA, Information Commissioner’s Office, Regional Development Agencies, and local authorities.