I am an Assistant Professor at Columbia University's Department of Economics and an affiliated member at Columbia's Data Science Institute. I am also a regular visitor at the Federal Reserve Banks of New York and Philadelphia, and at the Microsoft Research Lab in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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 Strazlecki, and Matias Cattaneo. Before moving to Columbia, I had the pleasure of spending three years (2013-2016) as Assistant Professor at New York University's Department of Economics.

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