DPhil Candidate in Environmental Economics
University of Oxford
I'm a DPhil candidate in Environmental Economics at the University of Oxford supervised by Prof Cameron Hepburn.
My research focuses on the drivers of the low-carbon energy transition. I do applied econometrics, public finance and environmental economics to answer questions around steering innovation towards the social good.
I am also interested in the political-economy of energy transitions, focusing on the role of incumbents and inertia in policy-making.
I previously worked as an environmental economist at Vivid Economics in London, and prior to that, as a trade economist at ICRIER in New Delhi. I've worked with governments, international organisations and private firms to advise on various aspects of climate policy.
Address: Institute of New Economic Thinking, Manor Road Building, Manor Rd, Oxford OX1 3UQ