Aaron graduated from the University of Oxford with a BA in Economics and Management, where he earned various prizes and awards, including a Gibb's Prize in Management and a College Scholarship.
Aaron’s research interests focus primarily on diversity and inclusion issues in organisations, especially in executive top management teams. His current dissertation research focuses on the effects that ethnic and national cultural diversity within top management teams can have on a firm's strategy and financial performance. He aims to better understand the mechanisms through which cultural diversity can influence team functioning, decision-making, and performance and to uncover the conditions under which such diversity can be an asset for executive teams.
Alongside his PhD research, Aaron’s other work includes projects seeking to understand the extent to which the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in recruitment can mitigate biases in hiring and research in the field of employee volunteering programmes.
In addition to his research, Aaron also teaches courses in Econometrics (MG205) and Management Analytics (MG107SC) within the Department of Management.