Adam Muhtar

Affiliated Researcher

Adam Muhtar is a Data Scientist at the Bank of England, working on projects that aim to generate actionable insights from high-dimensional unstructured data using natural language processing, network science, and machine learning methods.

Prior to joining the Bank, Adam was a research assistant at the Bennett Institute, where he worked with Professor Diane Coyle on the topic of institutional structures responsible for economic and industrial policy in the UK. Adam also previously worked as an economist within Malaysia’s policymaking circles, serving the Prime Minister’s advisory council, the finance ministry, the capital market regulator and the research arm of Malaysia’s sovereign wealth fund.

Adam holds an MPhil in Public Policy from the University of Cambridge and a BSc in Economics degree from the London School of Economics. His interests focus on computational methods for social science research and the intersection of data science and public policy.

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