I am a Lecturer in Economics at the University of Leicester, School of Business.
My research fields are: Labour Economics, Structural Econometrics and Economic Theory.
In my research, I investigate the interaction between job search and unemployment, geographic disparities or the wage growth. My work mainly borrows from the search and matching literature. My approach confronts theoretical models to microdata on employment. I have secured access to confidential linked employer-employee data from France.
Office Hours: Thursdays 1.30-3.30pm, Room 529A Ken Edwards