My research focuses on econometric methods for modelling structural breaks in random variables and applying these methods to environmental and climate-related data. I am also interested in environmental, ecological and public economics.
I am a member of the Climate Econometrics research group, the Economics of Sustainability research group at the Institute for New Economic Thinking in Oxford, and the network of Climate Crisis Thinking in the Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Oxford.
I was also one of the Global Priorities Fellows of the Forethought Foundation. I explore how my research can contribute to global priorities research, which is concerned with the question "how to do the most good". You can learn more about this topic at the Global Priorities Institute.
This homepage is still under construction and will provide information about my research projects, teaching, and myself.