Ph.D. Candidate, Queen's University
Hi, I'm Ardyn.
I am a Ph.D. candidate in the Economics Department at Queen’s University in Kingston, Canada, and a Research Fellow with the John Deutsch Institute for the Study of Economic Policy. I am also a member of the Canadian Women Economics Committee.
My research focuses on international development, education, food security, and gender equality, with a particular interest in how machine learning tools and text mining methods can be used to improve the design and evaluation of development projects and policies.
Since 2017, I have complemented my academic research with my work at Limestone Analytics, an economic consulting firm, where I manage the evaluation of a Girls’ Education Challenge project in Zimbabwe, along with other food security, education, and gender projects around the world.
Research & Publications
JOB MARKET PAPER ONE
JOB MARKET PAPER TWO
Impact of a Severe Drought on Education
More Schooling Does Not Imply More Learning (2021)
Please find my publications, working papers, professional research reports, and non-refereed contributions linked below.