I am a DPhil candidate in economic history at the University of Oxford, Nuffield College.
I conduct research at the intersection of economics and history, using economic methods and a historical perspective to understand how modern labor markets adjust to secular structural changes, the business cycle, and macroeconomic shocks.
My doctoral research focuses on unemployment and industrial reallocation in twentieth-century British and American labor markets. The most recent version of my job market paper on interwar Britain is available here, and my working paper on the UK's recovery from the early 1980s recession is available as part of the Oxford Economic and Social History Working Papers Series here.
Supervisors: Professor Avner Offer (All Souls, Oxford) and Professor Kevin O'Rourke (NYU Abu Dhabi)