I’m a Labour Economist and Data Scientist specialising in labour economics and the ‘Future of Work’. In 2021, I completed my Ph.D. in Computational Economics from the University of Technology Sydney. My doctoral research was on the changing labour market dynamics in Australia, where I analysed issues such as skill shortages, job transitions, and emerging technology adoption in the Australian labour market. In this research, I applied data science and machine learning techniques to draw insights from large datasets, including online job advertisements, employment statistics, and longitudinal household survey data. As part of my studies, I was selected as an OECD ‘Future of Work Research Fellow’ where I built a state-of-the-art job transitions recommender system. I also worked on a project with the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland researching the ‘Economic Impacts of Artificial Intelligence’. I’ve published in a range of prestigious peer-review journals and conference proceedings, such as PLOS One, IEEE Big Data and Journalism.
Honorary Scholar at UTS