Me in a nutshell....

I am a quantitative researcher interested applied economics with an emphasis in health and computational social science. I received my PhD in Economics from Newcastle University.

My research investigates empirical issues in the market for adult long term (social) care in England. I am also involved in projects associated with unhealthy behaviours and tools for open science.

Before joining the Department of Economics, I was a NIHR reserch methods fellow in the Health Economics Group at Newcastle University and prior to that I held several positions as an economics consultant at Funcas and the European Corporate Affairs Office at Banco Santander. For further details please click on my CV or on my LinkedIn profile.

In my free time I ride bikes, sometimes for a while, or run in weird places.

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