I am an assistant professor at the economics department at St. Lawrence University and will be moving to Colorado College starting the fall of 2021. I received my Ph.D. in economics from the Ohio State University.
Macroeconomics and labor economics
My research resides primarily within the area of Macroeconomics, with an emphasis on topics related to Labor Economics. I am specialized in developing micro-founded heterogeneous agent general equilibrium models. I use the calibrated models to analyze a variety of policy-relevant issues. My current research focuses on the following two areas: (i) the impact of endogenous labor market frictions on business cycle outcomes and (ii) the interconnections between wealth and income inequality over the lifecycle.
203 Hepburn Hall
Department of Economics
St. Lawrence University
23 Romoda Dr.
Canton, NY 13617
Phone: (315) 229-5427