PhD, MSc and Undergraduate Supervision at UEA:
I am currently a PhD supervisor and have supervised several MSc and undergraduate dissertations.
I specialize in applied microeconomics, working on topics in Political Economy, Development Economics and Public Economics, such as education, voting, corruption and long-run economic growth. I will gladly supervise students interested in empirical work in these fields, particularly on policy evaluation and estimating causal relationships. Expect to learn popular research designs such as regression discontinuity and difference-in-differences, but also to get guidance on field experiments.
Current courses at UEA:
Introductory statistics (Undergraduate) – module convenor, Spring 2020
Policy Evaluation (PhD) – module convenor, Spring 2020
Past courses at UEA and the University of Gothenburg, Sweden:
Introductory statistics (Undergraduate) – lecturer, Spring 2017 – 2019
Policy Evaluation (PhD) – module convenor, Spring 2018
Applied Economic Analysis (Undergraduate) – seminar leader, 2016 – 2017
Political Economy and Policy Instruments in Environmental Economics (ES1601 Master) – lecturer, Fall 2015
Basic Statistics (Undergraduate) – course coordinator with Prof. Måns Söderbom, 2012-2014
Basic Econometrics (Undergraduate) – teaching assistant, 2012-2014
Mathematics (PhD) – teaching assistant, Fall 2012
Supervisor theses in applied microeconometrics (undergraduate), 2013-2015