Senior Lecturer in Economics, Newcastle University

I joined Newcastle University in September 2010, first as a Lecturer until 2013, since then as Senior Lecturer (one of the British flavours of what is commonly known as Associate Professor). Before coming to England I was a PostDoc in Economics at Leuphana University Lueneburg, Germany, where I also completed my doctoral degree in Economics in 2009 as well as Master's degrees in Business and Economic and Social Sciences.

I'm an empirical microeconomist who uses large-scale datasets and microeconometric techniques to investigate questions mainly drawn from labour economics, the economics of crime, health economics, international economics and urban economics.

Experience

  • –present
    Senior Lecturer in Economics, Newcastle University