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I am a doctoral candidate in economics at Boston University. 

My work is in microeconomic theory, with a particular interest in its applications to the analysis of political and legal institutions, and their role in economic outcomes and development. In particular, I am interested in the impact which uncertainty, and the subjective beliefs which emerge from it, has on coordination within these institutions.

I have taught Principles of Microeconomics and the Economics of Less-Developed Nations.