Update: My paper won the Best Young Scholar Paper at the University of Mannheim Conference on Inequality and Fairness of Political Reforms in Dec. 2016!


I am an applied microeconomist with a research focus on political economy of reforms and education economics. In particular, I am interested in the interaction of stakeholders in the political process of reforming the education system. 

I am currently a post doctoral fellow in Economics at the University of Konstanz in Germany, where I obtained my PhD in July 2017. Prior to my PhD studies, I worked as a research associate for the Health Equity and Financial Protection in Asia project, funded by the European Commission.

You will find my curriculum vitae here