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I am an Assistant Professor at Carnegie Mellon University Tepper Business School. My primary research area is microeconomic theory with a focus on information economics. In particular, I explore the dynamic impact of information asymmetries, acquisition and communication in micro, macro and finance settings. 
 
I have also done theoretical and empirical work on how parental and inter-sibling data can be used to understand the causes of inequality and intergenerational mobility.