I am a PhD student at Nuffield College, Oxford University, studying Economics. I am supervised by Prof. Michael McMahon. I am also a Visiting Academic at the Bank of England.
My work concerns central bank communication strategies. I use machine learning and text analysis tools to evaluate the narrative information central banks publish.
Prior to joining Oxford I completed a Bachelor's degree in Economics at the University of Cambridge and worked for two years as an economist at Goldman Sachs. Whilst at Oxford I have worked as a research associate on the Econ Ark project, developing tools to solve heterogenous agent models.
You can view my CV here.
My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Mark my Words: Central Bank Communication via the Print Media - Work in Progress (joint work with James Brookes (BoE))
Central Bank Communication and Higher Moments - Work in Progress
When bigger isn’t better: UK firms’ equity price performance during the Covid-19 pandemic - Bank Underground (joint with Tommaso Aquilante, David Bholat, Andreas Joseph, Riccardo M Masolo, and David van Dijcke)
Will lifting lockdown start to reverse the UK’s economic slump? - Economics Observatory Article (joint with Paolo Surico)
What will the shape of the recovery tell us about the best policy response? - Economics Observatory Article (joint with Michael McMahon)
Accounting for Differences in Europe's post-Crisis growth - VoxEu Article