I am a research fellow at the Institute for New Economic Thinking at the Oxford Martin School, and at the CABDyN Complexity Centre from the Saïd Business School in the University of Oxford. I like to study different social problems through the lens of computation and high-resolution data. Computational methods allow us to study social phenomenon in entirely new ways, from characterizing the complex structure of social interactions to engineering bottom-up models that can be employed for detailed policy assessment.


Click bellow to explore my agent computing framework to study the complex dynamics of firms and workers in labor markets.


Social Media