I am a Lecturer in Economics (Assistant Professor) in the Department of Social Science at the University College London Institute of Education and a Research Associate at the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). In 2016, I became a Research Affiliate at the Institute of Labor Economics (IZA).

I completed my PhD in Economics as a Weidenfeld Scholar at the University of Oxford with a focus on labor economics and education economics. My research looks at the intersection of education policy and the labor market. I focus on the returns to early education, maternal labor supply, non-cognitive skills, peer effects, and international comparisons of educational outcomes. I am interested in applied econometrics.