I am a PhD candidate in Economics at the University of Zurich. During my graduate studies, I was awarded a Doc.Mobility scholarship from the Swiss National Science Foundation and I was a visiting graduate student to MIT in 2018.
Prior to starting my studies in Economics, I worked in Hong Kong and Nepal for a human rights organization. I then graduated from the University of Cambridge with an MPhil in Economics Research in 2014. I also hold a Master Degree in Political Sciences from Sciences Po Lille.
My research focuses on topics in labor, development and behavioral economics. I am particularly interested in the policy implications of my work and have worked in close collaboration with UNICEF Malawi.