I’m currently a Lecturer in Economics in the Department of Management at King’s College London, which I joined in September 2007. I have an PhD in Econometrics from Imperial College London. I’m a Bayesian and my research is focused broadly in econometrics applied to public policy but with a particular interest in spatial econometrics. I use R and Python for my research and SPSS, Stata and WinBUGS for teaching methods.
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