Oxford Mathematical Institute
Kieran is a research assistant at INET, where he builds panel data and network models to forecast changes in firm productivity and measure technological spill-overs. He was previously a Laidlaw Research Scholar at the Department of Computational Social Science, George Mason University, under Prof. Rob Axtell. He also has a BA in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics from the University of Oxford. During this, he was the first undergraduate invited to give a paper at the Faculty of Philosophy, and one of the first undergraduates invited to give a seminar at the Mathematical Institute. His research interests include: networks and complex systems, econometrics, labour economics, technological change, and experimental economics. At INET, he has worked on identifying causal effects in aggregated learning curves, and on occupational network models.