I am a senior researcher in the Economics Department and the Institute for Climate Risk and Response here at the University of New South Wales. My main research interests include climate change and environmental economics, and the use of machine learning and AI algorithms in economic analysis.
I have published papers in the world's leading economics journals about topics including panic buying during COVID, the effects of climate change on our economy, and the impact of child labour on the cognitive development of children in developing countries. In 2021 I received the prestigious Paul Bourke Award for Early Career Research by the Academy of Social Sciences in Australia.
Alongside academic research, I have experience working as an economic consultant. as well as an enthusiasm for helping journalists communicate insightful and relevant economic research to the general public.