I am an assistant professor in the Department of Economics at the University of Florida. My research focuses on industrial organization and energy economics. Before joining UF, I was an assistant professor at Columbia University and a postdoctoral fellow at MIT. I received my Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Chicago. Here is my CV.
Do Markets Reduce Prices? Evidence from the U.S. Electricity , with Alexander MacKay (SSRN, MIT CEPR Working Paper) (Previously circulated as "Shades of Integration: The Restructuring of the U.S. Electricity Markets")
Dynamic Competition and Arbitrage in Electricity Markets: The Role of Financial Players , AEJ: Microeconomics, 14 (3): 665-99. (SSRN)
Limits to Arbitrage in Electricity Markets: A Case Study of MISO, with John Birge, Ali Hortaçsu, and Michael Pavlin. Energy Economics 75, 518-533