Merlyn Holkar

Senior Research Officer

 

Merlyn joined Money and Mental Health from Contact a Family, where he worked in the Policy and Campaigns department. At Contact a Family, Merlyn’s role involved research, policy analysis and supporter engagement, particularly focusing on tax credit regulations, childcare and respite care. Merlyn holds a degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from Warwick University, his research interests include: mental health and free will, behavioural nudges in personal finances and the impact of devolution on mental health services and health and social care integration. @ItsMerlyn

 


 

Policy notes and publications

  • Breathing Space January 31, 2019 - Katie Evans, Head of Research and Policy, and Merlyn Holkar, Research Officer, Money and Mental […]
  • Access to cash December 19, 2018 - Merlyn Holkar, Research Officer, Money and Mental Health Cashed out: Attitudes among people with mental […]
  • Treasury Select Committee inquiry on access to financial services December 18, 2018 - Merlyn Holkar, Research Officer, Money and Mental Health Money and Mental Health response to the […]
  • Returns policies November 22, 2018 - Katie Evans, Head of Research and Policy, Merlyn Holkar, Research Officer, Money and Mental Health […]

 


 

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