am a Ph.D. candidate in the Economics Department at the University of California, Santa Barbara. My primary research fields include environmental economics, applied econometrics, and experimental economics. Current research spans a host of topics, ranging from international environmental agreements and consensual sanctions to domestic environmental terrorism and counterterrorism interventions. Additional topics for future inquiry include the behavioral incentives motivating climate change mitigation and payments for environmental services to reduce deforestation in developing countries.

I will be on the job market and available for interviews at the 2017 ASSA meetings in Chicago.

Job Market Paper: Punishment, Inequality, and Heterogeneous Risk in Threshold Public Goods Games: Tackling the Climate Change Social Dilemma

Contact information:
Department of Economics
2127 North Hall
University of California
Santa Barbara, CA 93106