Hello and Welcome!

I am an economist studying the taxation of firms and individuals. I focus on three main issues:

1) The long-run effects of taxes on innovation, education & training, and wealth. How can we design the tax system to foster innovation?

2) The determinants of our social preferences, attitudes, and perceptions, which ultimately drive support for redistribution. To answer this, I conduct large-scale online surveys and experiments.

3) The effects of taxes in imperfect markets with informational frictions and rents.


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Harvard University
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