Arthur Turrell

Arthur is a research economist at the Bank of England working at the interface of economics and techniques borrowed from science, including machine learning and agent-based modelling. Previously, he worked at Imperial College London where he also obtained his PhD in Physics, on non-Maxwellian distributions in high energy density plasmas. He has recently published papers on the need for more interdisciplinary approaches to macroeconomic modelling and the lack of trust in economists, and on using big data to enhance our understanding of the UK labour market.

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