I am a PhD Candidate at the University of Michigan. My research applies search theoretic models to analyses of labor markets and labor market policy. In particular, I focus on firms' choices of wage formation mechanisms and the implications of these for worker outcomes and empirical identification. I am also interested in application of search theoretic models to financial and product markets.
Starting in fall 2014, I will be an economist in the division of Monetary Affairs, Monetary Studies at the Board of Governors of Federal Reserve .
Search Theory, Macroeconomics, Labor Economics
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