I am a DPhil (PhD) student in Economics at the University of Oxford. My research focuses on the macroeconomic implications of information frictions, with a particular focus on how the amount of information households choose to acquire before making decisions varies with their personal circumstances and the state of the economy.
I will be on the academic job market this year (2020/21). My job market paper "Cyclical Attention to Saving" was recently shortlisted as a finalist in the Society for Computational Economics Graduate Student Paper competition.
I hold a BA in Economics and Management from Merton College, Oxford (first class, 1st in cohort) and a MPhil in Economics from Nuffield College, Oxford (distinction, 1st in cohort).