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Chris completed his master’s degree in Political Science and Political Economy at the London School of Economics, where he took classes in econometrics, statistical computing, and formal political science. His research applied these methods to understanding the sociodemographic contextual determinants of voter behaviour at the subnational UK level. Prior to university, he worked with Buckinghamshire County Council planning and establishing an advocacy group for looked after young people. Chris works within the Research team, supporting trial design and data analysis, with extensive experience of applying predictive modelling to understanding complex and multistakeholder policy issues at the national and subnational levels. These include pensions, adult numeracy and literacy, social care, children’s services, community cohesion, and consumer behaviour.