I am an Assistant Professor of Economics at Haverford College. I earned a PhD in Economics at UC Berkeley in May 2015, with fields in macroeconomics and economic history.
Much of my research focuses on the measurement of public perceptions, expectations, and uncertainty, especially in the context of macroeconomic and monetary policy. I am interested in how beliefs and expectations interact with the policymaking process, and how policy communication and the media shape the economic expectations of the public. I blog about economics at carolabinder.blogspot.com.