Penny holds degrees in economics and science and is currently undertaking a DPhil under the supervision of Professor Cameron Hepburn and Professor Doyne Farmer. Her research interests include agent-based modelling, technological evolution, economic growth and sustainable development. Penny's research at Oxford is supported by the Institute of New Economic Thinking and the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment. Prior to coming to Oxford, Penny worked as an economist in Australia, where she predominantly focused on issues relating to energy, resources and climate change.
Degree completed in 2018.
'Know What?' New lens on productive knowledge shed light on long run development structural change, job switching and the transition to the green economy
- Supervisors: Professor Cameron Hepburn; Prof Doyne Famer;
- Member: Economy and Society: Transformations and Justice research cluster;