I recently graduated from University College London, major in Economics and Business and graduated with First Class Honours, as well in Dean’s List 2017. My undergraduate thesis concerned a broad question about why economists failed to predict financial crises, and I mainly focused on the currency crises, especially those in 1990s, and the Early Warning System approach to evaluate its predictability.
I’m now a MSc student in Comparative Social Policy. My research area of interests includes inequality, in terms of incomes distribution and educational opportunities, under different political regimes. I’m also interest in the policy challenges of aging societies.