I am a postdoctoral research associate at the El-Erian Institute of Behavioural Economics and Policy, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge. I am also affiliated with the Cambridge Centre of Environment, Energy and Natural Resource Governance as a research fellow.

My research aims to increase individual and societal welfare in the face of climate change by applying behavioural insights to pressing public policy challenges.


📢 Our paper 'Do carbon footprint labels promote climatarian diets? Evidence from a large-scale field experiment' is now available and free to read @JEEM.

📢 I will be presenting my research exploring 'warm glow' as a mechanism for sustainable behaviour change at the 1st International Behavioural Public Policy Conference hosted at the LSE.