My research focuses on econometric methods for modelling structural breaks in random variables and applying these methods to environmental and climate-related data. I am also interested in environmental, ecological and public economics.
I am a member of the Climate Econometrics research group and the network of Climate Crisis Thinking in the Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Oxford.
Currently, I am also exploring whether my research might be relevant for global priorities research, which is concerned with the question "how to do the most good". Have a look at the Global Priorities Institute to learn more about this topic.
This homepage is still under construction and will provide information about my research projects, teaching, and myself.