I’m a PhD student at the Paris School of Economics, under the supervision of Marc Gurgand. My research is focused on causal inference and applied econometrics. In particular, I empirically assess the internal validity of different methods of impact evaluation in the short and the long-run.

Before my PhD, I did a Masters in Public Policy and Development, also at the Paris School of Economics. My undergraduate degree was in Philosophy, Politics and Economics at the University of Warwick.

I am interested in effective altruism and am trying to improve the world with my career. I have previously worked for Rethink Priorities, Giving What We Can, the Centre for Effective Altruism, Academics Stand Against Poverty, and the United Nations Development Program. I was a summer visitor at the Global Priorities Institute in 2019, a Fulbright Scholar at UC Berkeley in 2021-22, and a Forethought Fellow 2022-23.