Adam joined PPL in August 2020 as an Analyst having completed his bachelor’s degree in History and Economics at New College, Oxford with First-Class Honours.
At university, Adam developed a wide-ranging set of transferable skills ranging from a strong foundation in statistical modelling to extensive research skills and the ability to convey complex analysis to different audiences. He specialised in public economics with a focus on public health policy and the potential applications of modern microeconomic theory to key problems in the area.
Prior to joining PPL, Adam had already applied his extensive academic groundwork to real-world problems through internships and placements. He has conducted statistical analyses of web data for the Royal Horticulture Society, using the statistical software R to process over 15 million user interactions. The results were used to formulate change strategies aimed at inspiring a new generation of horticulturalists through digital engagement. These recommendations were successfully pitched to management who dedicated significant resources towards their implementation.
Adam has also taken on SME business development cases in the private dental sector alongside senior consultants, conducting client-facing interviews, break-even analyses and compliance reports. He contributed to recommendations around the acquisition of new practices, the introduction of new treatments and transitions between NHS and privately-funded care.
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