Hey all!

I'm a mathematician by degree, with industry experience in cryptography research (University), Finance (Blackrock), Fashion (Farfetch) and Biotech (Amyris).

I enjoy Behavioural Economics and Policy Making. In particular, how we can make decisions and unite as a society when the best policy impacts some people negatively. The best example I'm aware of is automation, which leads to many unemployed people but I'd argue it is good overall.

I'd love to hear your ideas

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