I am research fellow (postdoctoral researcher) at the Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET) of the Oxford Martin School and the Department of Social Policy and Intervention, and associate member of Nuffield College, University of Oxford. I am also involved in projects for the World Bank and the Global Fund on inequality and poverty. Previously I was a PhD candidate at the Economics Department of Leiden University.
My research focuses on trends in wages, employment, and income inequality in industrialised countries. I have a particular interest in technological change and the distribution of labour market risks.
- Inequality or living standards: Which matters more? (2015)
- Increasing income inequality’ (2014)
- Is it the income distribution or redistribution that affects growth? (2014)
- Falling back on old habits: A comparison of the social and unemployment crisis reactive policy strategies in Germany, the UK and Sweden (2011)