Photo taken by Amélie Philibert

Lecturer (Assistant Professor) at University of Cambridge (since 2020)

Fellow at Trinity College Cambridge (since 2020)

Associate Editor at Economic Journal (since 2019)

CEPR Affiliate (since 2021)

Research fields: Labor and Political Economy

Bio:

I am a Lecturer at the University of Cambridge, a Fellow of Trinity College Cambridge, and a Research Affiliate at CEPR . I work with complex datasets and applied methodologies, including machine learning and structural modelling. I have published in top Economics and Political Science journals, such as American Political Science Review, Journal of European Economic Association, and Journal of Public Economics. My work has been featured widely across the media including The Guardian, Washington Post, the Economist, the BBC, and Der Spiegel. I am listed amongst the top 4% of Economists in terms of research output in the last ten years.

Covid Inequality Project:

We have collected data using multiple survey waves across countries and are finding that the outbreak of COVID-19 is having a large and unequal impact on workers. Please find details about our work here: covidinequalityproject.com

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Contact:

Faculty of Economics

Austin Robinson Building, Sidgwick Ave

Cambridge CB3 9DD, United Kingdom

Email: cr542 [a t] cam.ac.uk

Phone: +44 1223 335200