I am an Assistant Professor in Economics at Georgetown University, McDonough School of Business.

Here you can find my CV.


My research focuses on the interplay between international trade, the labor markets, and the micro-economics of the firm. I study the productivity and distributional consequences of this interaction at the organization, industry and economy-wide levels.

I am organizing the 2017/18 seminar series in International Economics, run in cooperation with the Economics Department and the Walsh School of Foreign Service. You can find here the current schedule.