Experimental economics, labor economics, behavioral economics, applied microeconomics
- PhD in Applied Economics, Wharton School at University of Pennsylvania, 2016
- BA in Economics (with Honors), University of Chicago, 2008
- BA in Mathematics, University of Chicago, 2008
I research Microeconomics with a focus on using experimental and applied methods. The research questions that most engage me are related to labor economics, behavioral economics, and experimental methodology, but I am happy to discuss other topics.
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