I am a PhD candidate in Economics at the London School of Economics.
Before starting my PhD, I completed an MSc in Economics for Development from the University of Oxford and a BSc in Economics from LSE. I have held research and policy positions at the World Bank and the UN.
I am an applied economist with research interests in development economics, political economy and gender. I am affiliated with STICERD.
On this page, you can find information about my research and teaching.
Men are from Mars and Women too: a Bayesian meta-analysis of overconfidence experiments (with Oriana Bandiera, Barbara Petrongolo and Nidhi Parekh). Economica, 2022
Works in Progress
Gender differences in altruism: a Bayesian hierarchical analysis of dictator games
Draft available upon request
IZA/FCDO Online Development Economics Course for Sub-Saharan Africa (taught by Oriana Bandiera and Robin Burgess)
UoL EC2066 Microeconomics, Head class teacher (taught by Matthew Levy and Francesco Nava)
LSE EC307 Development Economics, 2020-2021 (taught by Oriana Bandiera and Robin Burgess)
LSE EC400 Probability and Statistical Inference, Sept 2020 (taught by Marcia Schafgans)
LSE EC201 Microeconomic Principles, 2019-2020 (taught by Tim Besley and Dimitra Petrapoulou)