Mason Veilleux is a master’s student at the University of Kent’s School of Economics. He was awarded a BA and MA from the University of Oklahoma’s College of International and Area studies. While there, he studied Latin American history, international political economy, and political science. His interests are centered on industrial organization and structural transformation of middle- and high-income countries.
On this project, Mason is researching the effects of UK firm creation across districts and industries in terms of market power, employment, and its autoregressive qualities.