2014 MRes Economics, University College London
2006 MSc Economics and Econometrics, University of Manchester
2005 BEconSc Economics, University of Manchester
Thomas is an Assistant Professor at Cornell University in the Department for Policy Analysis and Management (PAM). He is also affiliated with the Institute for Fiscal Studies in London.
Thomas's research interests are in healthcare and public economics. In recent work he has evaluated how hospital incentives affect patients' health outcomes and waiting times. This has included studies of emergency department regulations and inpatient department crowding.
Prior to working in academia, he worked for the UK government and a private sector consultancy in London dealing with policy issues in antitrust, healthcare, and financial services.