I am a doctoral candidate in economics at Boston University.
My work is in formal theory, with a particular interest in its applications to the analysis of political and legal institutions. 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 am currently the recitation instructor for Game Theory and Political Theory in the MIT Political Science department. I also organize the Political Economy Reading Group at Boston University. If you are interested in presenting or attending, please feel free to contact me.