Elizabeth Baldwin

My background was originally in mathematics, and I have a doctorate from Oxford, studying algebraic geometry with Frances Kirwan. I have worked in economics since 2008, having completed the MPhil and DPhil at the department of economics, Oxford University. After a postdoc at the Grantham Research Institute of the LSE, I am now back in Oxford, as an Associate Professor Tutorial Fellow, and a member of the department of Economics and Hertford College. I still use some of the maths I learned in my earlier career, most notably in my work with Paul Klemperer applying "tropical geometry" to consumer theory for indivisible goods.