Curriculum vitae


Curriculum vitae


I'm a quantitative sociologist and Junior Lecturer at the Life Course and Social Inequality Research Centre (LIVES) at the University of Lausanne. 

My research interests centre on the social and political consequences of spatial inequality, understood as the unequal division of opportunities, risks and resources between different localities within a country. I investigate how and why different dimensions of spatial inequality shape youth labour market outcomes, intergenerational mobility, perceptions of income inequality and meritocracy, and political preferences. 

I hold a PhD in Social and Political Sciences from the European University Institute, a Masters of Research in Politics and Policy from Birkbeck, University of London, and a Masters in Geography from the University of Cambridge.

Prior to commencing my PhD, I worked in education, employment and skills policy for think-tanks and third sector organisations in the United Kingdom, where I authored a number of policy-oriented reports and publications.

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