Dan has 10 years experience working as an economist in both the public and private sector. He now works for the RHoMIS team in Bristol, UK, processing and analysing household survey data to provide insight. His areas of research interest are spatial statistics and the impact of geography on development outcomes.
After graduating from Liverpool University with a BA in Economic Geography, Dan completed an MSc in Economics and worked as an economist for a large infrastructure consultancy producing development strategies and infrastructure needs assessments, both in the UK and globally. In 2016, Dan returned to academia part-time to complete an MSc in Environmental Policy and Management at Bristol University.