I'm a D.Phil. (Ph.D.) student in Economics, and a Research Officer at the Department of International Development (QEH), at the University of Oxford. I work on issues in development economics, focusing on topics relating to child nutrition, education and public service delivery. Most of my current research is based on micro-level panel data collected by the Young Lives Project and the Ethiopia Rural Household Surveys. My D.Phil. is supervised by Prof. Stefan Dercon and Prof. Albert Park.
I am currently affiliated with Nuffield College, the Young Lives Project and the Centre for the Study of African Economies at Oxford. Before joining the D.Phil. program, I worked as an Economist in South Sudan's statistical agency from October 2008 to September 2010 through the ODI Fellowship Scheme.
In 2011-12, I was affiliated with Exeter College, Oxford where I taught undergraduate Microeconomics (Ist and IInd year) and Economics for Developing Countries (IIIrd year).
You can find my CV here.