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Research interests

My primary field of specialisation is applied microeconometrics, which I use toward two related streams of research: Taxation (Business and International) and International Microeconomics (Foreign Direct Investment, Multinational Enterprises, and Trade). My research capitalises on my professional experience as a Chartered Accountant as well as my empirical research skills.

Recent Research Projects include: The quantitative and qualitative analysis of the effect of Double Taxation Treaties on Foreign Direct Investment; Bilateral Investment Treaties and FDI; domestic and international determinants of Corporate Tax Policy.

Education / Academic qualification

Bachelor of Accounting, McGill University

Master of Business Administration, University of British Columbia

Master of Philosophy, University of Cambridge

Doctor of Philosophy, University of Cambridge

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Research Output 2014 2017

Public finance
Openness
Treaties
Foreign direct investment
Evasion
Legislation
Tax