I am a Senior Lecturer in Economics. My work is in economic geography, urban and regional economics and applied international trade.
Before joining the University of Westminster I worked at Queen Mary University and at the London School of Economics. I completed my PhD at the University of Michigan.
I would like to encourage applications from potential PhD students in applied economics in my areas of research.
HEC school of management (Paris, France) 1997
DEA in economics EHESS (Paris, France) 2001
PhD economics, University of Michigan (Ann Arbor, MI USA) 2010
I currently teach microeconomics at the MSc. level as well as economics for public policy at the undergraduate level.
My research interests are in applied international trade, economic geography and urban and regional economics. My recent research includes work on the urban wage premium in Great Britain, on the firm-level impacts of transportation investments and on the effect of nation-wide structural policies on the productivity growth of subnational regions. I am affiliated with the Spatial Economics Research Centre at the LSE and the Centre for Globalisation Research at Queen Mary University.
For details of all my research outputs, visit my WestminsterResearch profile.