I am a quantitative economist in the economic consulting team with experience of leading technical economic projects in academia, the public sector and the private sector. A PhD economist by training, I utilise quantitative techniques to provide pragmatic answers to the causal and predictive questions that matter to clients.
I use data to deliver economic insight in a range of contexts. I have worked on projects related to government policy, corporate strategy, competition economics and behavioural intervention design. I am also able to provide economic advice relating the quantification of damages in the context of competition abuses, class actions and international arbitration. Examples of the varied nature of my work include:
- providing analytical evidence to help the UK central government formulate its policy response to the Covid-19 pandemic
- managing the design, administration, and analysis of randomised control trials to evaluate behavioural science interventions
- provide quantitative evidence in the context of UK merger control
- worked at the intersection of conventional econometric and data science to deliver analysis of government policy and predictive analytics in an operational context
- provided economic strategic analysis relating to infrastructure, TMT and tax.
I am passionate about harnessing the power of data and quantitative techniques to deliver value to clients across sectors. A key part of what I do is going beyond the first order interpretation of analysis to get to the heart of the issues that matter to you and extract meaningful insights.
Outside of work I enjoy spending time with my young family in the Sussex countryside, participating in and consuming a wide variety of sports and travelling back home to visit my family in Wolverhampton.
- BSc Financial Economics with Econometrics with a Year in Industry, University of Kent
- MSc Economics, University of Kent
- PhD Economics, University of Kent