Welcome to my website. I am an Assistant Professor of economics at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. I am an applied Micro/Experimental economist. My research interests currently investigate individual behavior in public good and common pool resource experiments. I am particularly interested in how groups form and choose between various institutions (informal or formal) that regulate their behavior. My current research is funded by the U.S. Forest Service and the International Foundation for Research in Experimental Economics.

Contact Information:

Department of Economics
302 Falmouth Hall
University of Massachusetts Lowell
1 University Ave
Lowell MA 01854
Office: 978-934 2755

Research in Progress
  • Communication and costly institutional deterrence in a public good experiment (with Daniel Muise)
    • Submitted to Journal of Experimental Political Science
  • Normative conflict and the choice between peer to peer and central authority institutions

Published Research