I am an assistant professor in the Department of Economics at Penn State University. I completed my PhD in Economics at New York University in 2019.
My research interests lie in applied microeconomics, applied econometrics and labor economics, with a focus on household decision-making and child development.
My current research explores the dynamic formation of children's human capital in a household setting with multiple agents, and the design of social policy. I have developed projects on intra-household bargaining and renegotiation between parents; children's effort and parental incentive schemes; time (in)consistent discounting in collective choice; habit formation; and dynamic legislative bargaining.
You can find my CV here.
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