I am a PhD student at Said Business School, University of Oxford.
I recently completed my BA in ESPS (Economics, Statistics and Data Science) at University College London. Meanwhile, I was also working part-time as a Research Assistant at the LSE Centre for Economic Performance Wellbeing Programme.
Above all else, I am motivated by issues concerning subjective wellbeing. My proposed research would look at the factors affecting employee wellbeing. Besides statistical analysis, the methodological focus in this is two-fold. First, I look forward to exploring applications of data science techniques to this issue. Second, I am planning to conduct experiments both in the lab and with companies.
My research interests in general include well-being, health, education, policy and programme evaluation, applied microeconometrics and data science.
I’ve also been writing a blog about my experiences with all kinds of countries. You can either go to the blog or find all the individual posts here:
13/03/2019: Oxford 2: just some pictures…
29/09/2018: Oxford 1
19/09/2018: Amsterdam Crash Course in Experimental Economics
19/09/2018: University of Warwick Summer School on the Economics of Well Being
19/09/2018: Korean Society and Language
19/09/2018: Pisa and Florence
19/09/2018: Student Accomodation in London at UCL
18/09/2017: Going Abroad to Study
01/12/2017: California in Summer
26/10/2017: Chinese Course at the University of Trier, Germany
24/10/2017: Visiting South Korea (or Seoul to be precise)
30/08/2017: Data science in Ukraine
29/08/2017: Belgium and Holland (Amsterdam)
27/08/2017: Pictures: Saint Petersburg in the summer
14/06/2017: Discovering Russia – part 4
28/05/2017: Discovering Russia – part 3
20/05/2017: Discovering Russia – part 2
15/05/2017: Discovering Russia – part 1
09/02/2017: Cooool Times abroad…
16/11/2016: Second month in Russia, and…
30/09/2016: Year Abroad in Russia – First Month gone by
10/09/2016: Experiencing China and learning Chinese – August in Beijing