Personal profile

Research interests

I am a Lecturer in Economics at Brighton Business School. I am an applied economist with an interest in labour economics, household finance, and migration economics. I am particularly interested in the study of the heterogeneous effects of temporary and permanent macroeconomic shocks on the labour market outcomes of individuals, their attitudes, and their financial positions.

Scholarly biography

I have experience both in public policy and academia. As an economist in the sphere of public policy, I worked with clients such as the Low Pay Commission, the Social Mobility Commission, and the International Labour Organization. Prior to that, I researched the effects of austerity on attitudes as a Research Associate in Economics at the University of Sheffield. I have also worked as a Teaching Fellow in Economics at the University of Southampton, where I taught courses predominantly in the areas of Econometrics and Labour Economics.

Supervisory Interests

I am very interested in supervising students in the fields of labour economics and migration. More specifically, I am particularly interested in employment transitions in the labour market; welfare policies and precarious forms of employment; migration skill selectivity; and migrants’ labour market outcomes in the host countries.

Education/Academic qualification


Award Date: 1 Jul 2016

Master, MSc in Economics

Award Date: 30 Sept 2009

Bachelor, BSc (Hons) in Economics

Award Date: 30 Sept 2008


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