Research

Research Statement

I'm a macroeconomist who is broadly interested in issues related to human capital, inequality and growth. I study these primarily through the application of heterogeneous agent models. I am also an economic historian, and in this field my work focuses on the long-run determinants of growth, focusing on institutions, specifically on interactions between formal and informal institutions.

Work in Progress

"Heterogeneous College Noncompletion: Empirics, Theory and Policy Implications" - Job Market Paper

"Custom, Formality and Comparative Development: Evidence from Local Government in Newfoundland."

"The Effect of Housing Prices on Wealth and Wealth Inequality in Canada from 1999- 2016." (with Brant Abbott)