I am an Experimental Economics PhD researcher, at the University of York. My research is primarily concerned with estimating preferences concerning inequality aversion and self-interest. I am running incentivised experiments, both laboratory and lab-in-the-field, and draw upon the fields of Behavioural Economics, Welfare Economics and Health Economics. My supervisor is John Bone and I am working closely with John Hey and Richard Cookson.
My affiliations lie with the Department of Economics and Related Studies, where I have been awarded the ESRC Advanced Quantitative Methods (+3) Studentship. I am a part-time research assistant for the Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative (OPHI), conducting work on multidimensional poverty, and am the co-founder of the Interdisciplinary Research Network for Economists and Philosophers (IRNEP). I hold an MSc in Health Economics from the University of York, and a BA(Hons) in History and Economics from Bangor University.