Danielle is a Research Consultant at Metro Dynamics. She supports the analytical team, conducting data and spatial analysis on the socio-economic dynamics of cities and regions using a range of data sources. This builds on Danielle’s experience of using quantitative research methods to investigate multifaceted phenomena. Place-based economic analysis is then used to inform economic strategy and policy. Danielle also contributes to the continued development of the company’s analytical capacity.
Danielle has a BSc in Geography from the University of Bristol, which equipped her with an understanding of place dynamics, as well as statistical and spatial modelling, using programmes such as R, SPSS and ArcGIS. At SOAS (University of London), Danielle studied for an MSc in Development Studies, specialising in financial crises, economic development, labour markets, poverty and inequality. Her dissertation explored the causes of the unprecedented rise of household debt in the USA prior to the financial crisis of 2007-2008.