I am a PhD student in Economics at University College London (UCL), having completed both undergraduate- and graduate-level studies at the same institution.


My research principally focuses on minimally restrictive models as tools for the analysis of economic data. I am interested in the ability of such models to identify the effect of economic variables on policy-relevant outcomes, and what such models deliver in practice.

  • Applied microeconometrics
  • Microeconometric theory

I am supervised by Andrew Chesher and Toru Kitagawa.


During my time at UCL, I have taught a number of Economics courses. These include graduate econometrics and postgraduate microeconomics.