I am a Ph.D. candidate studying Economics at the University of Pittsburgh. I am a behavioral economist who uses laboratory and online experiments, surveys, and empirical methods to study questions with implications for the labor market and financial decision-making. My current research centers on exploring topics related to the economics of information and intertemporal choice, particularly the causes and impacts of impatient behavior.
I will be joining Texas A&M as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics in Fall 2023!
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