Expertise: Labour Economics, Political Economy
Biography:I am a Lecturer ('Assistant Professor') at Warwick and a Research Associate at both CEP and CAGE (Competitive Advantage in the Global Economy).
My main research area is applied microeconomics, with applications to crime, political economy, the labour market and technical change.
Current projects include work on the 'returns to crime', the impact of targeted economic sanctions on firms, and further work on lobbying.
- Phd University College London
- "Panic on the Streets of London" (with Steve Machin and Robert Witt), Accepted for Publication, American Economic Review.
- "Minimum Wages and Firm Profitability" (with Steve Machin and John Van Reenen), Accepted for Publication, American Economic Journal: Applied Economics.