About

I am an Associate Professor at Cornell University's Department of Economics.

My research interests lie broadly in Econometrics (theoretical and applied), Statistical Decision Theory, and Machine Learning.

I received a Ph.D. in Economics from Harvard University in 2013. My advisers were Gary Chamberlain, Tomasz Strzalecki, and Matias Cattaneo. After graduation, I had the pleasure of spending three years (2013-2016) as Assistant Professor at New York University's Department of Economics. Before moving to Cornell, I was an Assistant Professor at Columbia University's Department of Economics for six years (2016-2022).