Research Interests: microeconomic theory, behavioural game theory and information economics.
I am a DPhil candidate in Economics and the Terence Gorman scholar at Nuffield College, Oxford. My current research focuses on first impression biases and the value of blind auditioning. I am also interested in the economics of culture.
Prior to the DPhil, I read for the MPhil in Economics at the University of Oxford from which I graduated with distinction. During my graduate studies, I established my research agenda which I will continue to develop under the supervision of Dr Willemien Kets. Before coming to Oxford, I earned a first-class Honours degree in Economics from the University of Strathclyde. I am also an Alumni and former scholar of the German Academic Scholarship Foundation.