Expertise: Labour Economics, Applied Econometrics, Public Economics, Technological change
Biography:I am an Economics PhD student at Stanford University. My research covers a variety of topics in labour and public economics including intergenerational mobility, income volatility and the impact of technology on labour markets.
Current Areas of Research:
The way in which the valuations of different skills in the labour market are affected by technological change
The production technology with which different skills and parental investments interact throughout childhood to determine cognitive ability and health status
Explaining the growth and excellence of cities in recent decades by investigating sorting patterns
- MPhil Economics, Balliol College, Oxford, Distinction
- BSc (Hons) Economics, University College London, First Class Honours