Harvard Econ


My research focus is the intersection of labor and public economics. My job market paper analyzes how adverse selection affects the provision of remote jobs; my other work considers the incentives and selection of prosecutors.

My research on remote work has been featured in BBC World NewsThe Economist, and The Financial Times.

I am a Stone Scholar in the Inequality and Social Policy Program and a graduate affiliate of Opportunity Insights. I am on the job market this year and will be available for interviews at the 2021 ASSA meeting. 

Prior to Harvard, I received a BA in Economics and Computer Science at Williams College, where I was the valedictorian and co-captain of the softball team. Here is my CV