My research focuses on the role of firms in the labour market. Prior to postgraduate study, I spent eleven years in investment banking, in a variety of risk management, ratings advisory, treasury and regulatory roles in London and New York.
I hold degrees in Economics, and International Studies and French from Pennsylvania (BS and BA, 2001), and in Economics from Oxford (MPhil, 2015). I am currently in the last year of writing a doctoral thesis in Economics, supported by a grant from the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC).
My role in College
As College Lecturer in Economics at Regent’s, I advise undergraduates on all aspects of the Economics programme, and teach core first- and second-year economics courses. I also arrange and oversee the teaching of economics and mathematics to Visiting Students.