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Nicholas has delivered research to government, intergovernmental organisations and the private sector. His role within the team at London Economics spans both the analytical and client-facing aspects of projects. As such, he has built strong experience in quantitative and qualitative research, report drafting, and the delivery of presentations and workshops.
He regularly manipulates large survey-based and administrative datasets, often drawing on econometric techniques and data visualisation to answer policy-relevant questions. Recently, he has explored the effects of international trade shocks on agricultural production through a time series analysis, and applied dynamic panel data models to evaluate the direct and indirect impacts of R&D tax incentives.
Prior to joining London Economics Nicholas was an undergraduate research fellow at King’s College London and a trainee at the OECD. He holds an MPhil in Economics from the University of Cambridge and a BSc in Political Economy from King’s College London.