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I am the Wilmot Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Rochester.

My primary research interests are in Public Economics and the Economics of Education. In particular, my work focuses on choice and competition in education markets. I also work on the economics of school boards.

I received my Ph.D in 2017 from Duke University, where my dissertation was supported by a National Academy of Education/Spencer Foundation fellowship. My work has appeared in leading journals, including American Economic Review, Journal of Public Economics, and Economics of Education Review, among others.