Andrew Sanchez is a DPhil candidate and Ertegun Scholar at the University of Oxford where he studies the future of work and basic income. He is broadly interested in economic productivity and impact of technological progress on labor policy. In addition to his academic work, Andrew works as a software engineer with experience in web development and back-end engineering.
He has lectured at the World Basic Income Congress, the University of Cambridge, and he has a forthcoming book chapter on the intellectual history of basic income. He is a graduate of Oxford, Harvard, and Phillips Academy and is the recipient of Clarendon and von Clemm scholarships. (Andrew was also a four-year Great Books camper!)