I am an assistant professor at the economics department at St. Lawrence University; I received my PhD in economics from the Ohio State University.
A copy of my CV can be found here.
Macroeconomics and labor economics
Broadly including forays into inequality, human capital theories, economics of education, business cycle fluctuations, and the causes and consequences of factor misallocation in the labor market.
At the center of my research, I use calibrated heterogeneous agent models in a general equilibrium setting to address normative and positive economics questions.
203 Hepburn Hall
Department of Economics
St. Lawrence University
23 Romoda Dr.
Canton, NY 13617
Phone: (315) 229-5427