Welcome to my website! I am currently pursuing a PhD at the Mathematical Institute of the University of Oxford under the supervision of J. Doyne Farmer, Cameron Hepburn and François Lafond. I hold degrees in Political Science (BA), Economics (BSc) and Quantitative Finance (MSc) and also worked as electrician before starting an academic career.
I am part of the Complexity Economics group at the Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET) and a junior fellow of the Complexity Science Hub (CSH) in Vienna.

My research interests lie at the broad intersection of the science of complex systems and economics with my work being focused on technological progress, production networks, systemic risk and sustainability.

NEWS

21/01/2021

NEW PAPER

A new approach to model simultaneous supply and demand shocks in IO networks.

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16/01/2021

PAPER PUBLISHED

Quantitative history of low-carbon energy innovations and its implications for policy.

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Data available here
29/08/2020

PAPER PUBLISHED

We quantify first-order supply and demand shocks of the COVID-19 pandemic and show that around 22% of the US economy’s GDP and 24% of jobs are threatened.

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CEPR VoxEU column
29/07/2020

PAPER PUBLISHED

We propose a new method to find financial networks with minimal and maximal DebtRank.

Paper available here