William is a PhD candidate in Department of Economics, and is affiliated with the STICERD Public Economics group. His research interests cover a variety of fields within applied microeconomics: labor economics, public economics, and the economics of digital platforms.
He is currently working on three projects: the first examines the predictability of an individual’s middle-life income, using Dutch administrative data. The second deals the mechanisms of health inequality, again using administrative data. The third studies focusses on superstar effects arising from digital platforms and the creator economy.
William has previously worked for Deloitte Access Economics in Australia, providing economics advisory services to state and federal governments. He holds an MSc. in Economics from University College London, and a dual BSc. in Commerce/Science from University of Melbourne.
Labor Economics, Public Economics, and the Economics of Digital Platforms
Teaching in 2022/23
EC2A1 Microeconomics II (Course Manager)