UCL Department of Economics



I am a Phd candidate at University College London and a Senior Research Economist at the Institute for Fiscal Studies.

My main field of research is development economics, with interests extending to social networks and Applied microeconomics more broadly. My job market paper considers how socially close and socially distant connections contribute to risk sharing in poor, rural communities.

In other research, I study how group size affects risk sharing, how household choices are distorted by incorrect knowledge of the child health production function, and the relationship between family size and education choices. I have also conducted a review of methods for social networks data.