I am a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the University of Connecticut. I completed my Ph.D. in Economics at the University of Rochester in 2022.
My research is at the intersection of macroeconomics and development.
I strive to understand the role that the heterogeneous behavior of individual firms and households responding to their unique constraints plays in determining the aggregate development path of the economy.
I will be on the 2023/2024 job market.
- JMPMisallocation and Product Choiceupdated October 2023
- Nutrition Demand, Subsistence Farming, and Agricultural Productivityrevise and resubmit, Journal of Development Economicsupdated July 2023
- Intangible Capital, Tangible Misallocationupdated March 2020
- Input-Driven Production Technology Heterogeneity and the Allocation of Inputsupdated October 2023
- Determinants of PTA Design: Insights from Machine Learningrevise and resubmit, International Economicsupdated October 2023
- What Matters for Agricultural Trade? Assessing the Role of Trade Deal Provisions using Machine Learningunder reviewupdated July 2023
work in progress
- Identity, Trade, and Misallocation