I am a PhD candidate at the University of Oxford. Previously, I was a visiting scholar at UC Berkeley and at MIT, and worked at the OECD and the International Labour Organization.
My research focuses on labor market policies in a changing world of work with a focus on unemployment and worker bargaining power. In 2020, I founded the Oxford Supertracker to understand policy responses to the pandemic.
My research has been awarded the Barnett Prize for the best paper at the University of Oxford DSPI, a Horowitz Foundation for Social Policy Grant and the UC Berkeley Fellowship of the Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation. My work has been featured by The New Yorker, Financial Times, CNN and Nature in print and by ARTE, ARD, and ZDF on TV.