I am ESRC-funded PhD student looking at how and why to guard against rent extraction and rent-seeking in a resource-constrained (and likely growth-constrained) future.
I am a member of the Post-Growth Economics Network, a co-founder of the London Renters Union, and a teaching assistant on the 'Introduction to Ecological Economics' module (SOEE5094M) for masters students.
I have a background in:
- lecturing (at Masaryk Uni, Roehampton Uni and CAT Graduate School);
- campaigning for financial reform (e.g. initiating and convening the Transforming Finance conference and network in 2013 and the Just Banking conference in 2012);
- campaigning on climate/energy (including for 10:10 Global and Friends of the Earth Scotland);
- editing (e.g. David Fleming's Lean Logic and TEQs report);
- film making (e.g. Cheat Neutral)
- Post-growth Political Economy
- Land and housing market reform
- Money and Finance (particular Minksy's financial instability hypothesis; the debate around monetary reform)
- Values, motivation and behaviour (particularly the theoretical and empirical work underpinning the Common Cause agenda)
- The debate around the valuation of 'nature'
- MSc in Ecological Economics and Ecosystem Services, University of Edinburgh
- Diploma in Social Research Methods, University of Roehampton
- BA (Hons) in Social and Political Science, University of Cambridge