About me: I started the MRes/MPhil/PhD programme at UCL in 2016 and immediately prior to this completed the MSc. Economics programme at UCL. My first undergraduate degree was in Mathematics at the University of Warwick after which I worked at a software developer during which time I completed a BSc in Development and Economics with the University of London external programme.
My research: My research is on the Economics implications of limited attention and the often overlooked costly nature of thought. I am currently investigating these themes within the context of retirement and saving decisions.
Supervisors: Prof Fabien Postel-Vinay and Prof Eric French
Location: UCL Department of Economics