About me

I am an economist specializing in industrial organization. My research studies the effects of environmental policy in imperfectly competitive markets. Since summer 2022, I have been an antitrust economist in the Bureau of Economics at the US Federal Trade Commission.

I earned my PhD in Business Economics from Harvard University in May 2022. My dissertation, on empirical industrial organization and environmental policy, was advised by Ariel Pakes, Robin Lee, and Dennis Yao.

Before graduate school I worked at The Brattle Group, an economic consulting firm, where I worked with discrete choice demand modeling on a class action antitrust case, used machine learning tools for text analysis on large collections of documents, and ran lots of regressions. Before that I studied economics and mathematics at the University of Chicago, with digressions into programming and applied machine learning.