He has led analyses across the energy and industrial practice with a particular focus on energy transitions and the competitiveness impacts of carbon pricing policies. He has broad experience working with international clients including a major energy company, the European Commission and the World Bank. He has also performed scenario and financial modelling on a number of projects and has significant expertise in comparative policy analysis.
In addition to his experience with Vivid Economics, Paul drafts and delivers economics lectures in the London School of Economics as part of the Widening Participation Programme. He has previously worked as a senior level political economy and policy advisor focussing on the areas of energy and business. He joined Vivid Economics in October 2013 and holds an MSc Economic History (with distinction) from the LSE and a BA Economics with first class honours from Trinity College Dublin.