Welcome to my personal webpage!

I am an applied micro-economist working on impact evaluation in labour, education, health, and development economics. I am completing my PhD in economics at The University of York where I work under the supervision of Prof Thomas Cornelissen and Prof Emma Tominey. I received a master’s degree in economics from Victoria University of Wellington in 2015.


The Cultural Origins of Educational Success

The Multigenerational Impacts of Educational Expansion: Evidence from Vietnam (with Thomas Cornelissen)

Welfare Reform and Mental Health (with Mike Brewer and Emma Tominey)

Child Education and Parental Health: Evidence from Finland (with Mika Haapanen and Tuomo Suhonen)

Pre-doctoral Research

Retirement and Health Services Utilization in a Low-income Country, R&R at The Economics of Transition and Institutional Change

Spillover Effects of Health Insurance for Children on Parents’ Healthcare Services Utilization, R&R at Empirical Economics

Intergenerational Earnings and Income Mobility in Vietnam (2020) LABOUR: Review of Labour Economics and Industrial Relations 34(1): 113-136

Quasi-experimental Evidence on the Political Impacts of Education in Vietnam (2019) Education Economics 27(2): 207-221

Do the More Educated Utilize More Health Care Services? Evidence from Vietnam Using a Regression Discontinuity Design (2018) International Journal of Health Economics and Management 18(3): 277-299