I am a PhD candidate in Environmental and Resource Economics at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
I am an applied microeconomist, with research interests in agriculture, environment and development.
I apply econometric methods to a variety of topics, including climate change, natural disasters, water pollution, food security and household welfare.
My research has appeared in peer-reviewed journals such as World Development,
and Journal of Comparative Economics.
I am affiliated with the Berkeley Initiative for Transparency in the Social Sciences established by the Center for Global Action (CEGA). I am also a methodology consultant at the Institute for Social Science Research, where I conduct workshops in R, Python, MATLAB, SAS and Stata for faculty and students. In the past, I have worked for Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL) and The World Bank Group. I received a B.A. in Mathematical Economics from Colorado College in 2010.
I am on the job market in the 2018-19 academic year and will be available for interviews at the APPAM Meeting in Washington, DC (November 8-10, 2018), the SEA Annual Meeting in Washington, DC (November 18-20, 2018) and the ASSA Annual Meeting in Atlanta, GA (January 4-6, 2019).