PhD Candidate, Economics
I am a PhD Candidate in Economics at Trinity College Dublin and an Irish Research Council Scholar. I work on applied microeconomic topics - my main areas of interest relate to inequality and distortions arising from land distribution, with an awareness of the gender dimension of these questions.
I am a member of the Trinity Impact Evaluation Unit (TIME) based in the Economics department at TCD. I also work as a consultant for the World Bank in projects related to gender, measurement, and inequality.
I read Economics for Development (MSc) at the University of Oxford, Public and Economic Policy (MPA) at the London School of Economics and hold an undergraduate degree in Economics from the University of Sussex.
Work in Progress
- Measuring the Gender Wealth Gap: Do Men and Women Report Different Values for Property? (with Cheryl Doss, Gayatri Koolwal, Ardina Hasanbasri and Talip Kilic)
- Crowther, N, and M Klymak. 2022. “Returning to a Land of Opportunity? Effects of Land Restitution in Colombia.” CSAE Working Paper Series. University of Oxford.
- Understanding and Preparing Survey Data for Quantitative Analysis (World Bank and DfID collaboration, chapter 2, 2017) with Chandni Raja and Ella Spencer
- Investigating incomplete data sets: An example from Sudan (World Bank and DfID collaboration, chapter 3, 2017) with Chandni Raja and Ella Spencer
- Quantitative analysis with household survey data (World Bank and DfID collaboration, chapter 4, 2017) with Chandni Raja and Ella Spencer
- Rising Up Against the Racket – Palermitani Facing the Sicilian Mafia Head-On (Journal of Public and International Affairs, 2014)