Enes is a Research Director in NatCen’s Centre for Evaluation and has a particular interest in using social science to improve education outcomes. He has worked on school-based Randomised Control Trials (RCTs) for the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF), Queen Rania Foundation, and the National Crime Agency.
Before joining NatCen, Enes was a Lecturer in Economics (University of Essex, 2020-2021) and worked on several large-scale RCTs funded by the Poverty Action Lab at MIT. One of which was the impact evaluation of a programme which focuses on building inter-ethnic cohesion in primary schools in Turkey to facilitate integration by reducing social exclusion and in-school violence that Syrian refugee children face. He has expertise in the use of complex experimental and quasi-experimental methods in educational settings. He previously conducted primary data collection and primary data analysis as well as secondary data analysis.