I am a Lecturer in the Economics Department at Harvard University, and the Head Section Leader for Harvard's introductory economics sequence, Ec 10. My main research interests are labor economics and the economics of education.
I earned my Ph.D. in Business Economics, a joint program between Harvard Business School and the Harvard Department of Economics, in May 2020. My primary fields are labor economics and the economics of education, with behavioral economics as a secondary field.
Prior to coming to Harvard, I worked for the economic consulting firm Cornerstone Research in San Francisco, primarily on corporate litigation involving antitrust issues. I graduated magna cum laude from Pomona College in 2009 with a major in Economics.
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