I am a quantitative economist specializing in housing and urban economics. My previous research experience in US study enables me to have better understanding of topics in generation patterns. My current research project is about multi-generation preferences shift and culture heritage, which is informative for housing policy and immigration policy after Brexit. I am also good at exploring household longitudinal survey, such as BHPS-UKHLS and UK COVID-19 survey, using advanced econometric methods.
I would like to join in multi-disciplinary research in inequalities between and within generations, which enables and accelerates policy development in the face of demographic change with a comparative perspective.
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