I am a PhD candidate in Economics at Georgia State University who accepted a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Economics position at the University of Michigan-Dearborn.


I am an applied microeconomist interested in Public and Health Economics. ​I am fascinated by the challenges to revenue administration posed by tax evasion due to low voluntary compliance or informality.


My dissertation examines the impact of government initiatives on firms and individuals in the fields of tax policy, healthcare and corruption in public administration.