I am currently a Jr. Research Economist at the World Bank's East Asia and Pacific Chief Economist Office in Washington, DC. Before joining the World Bank, I was a Postdoctoral Associate at Duke University. I received a Ph.D. in Economics and an MBA in Management Information Systems from the State University of New York (SUNY) at Binghamton.
My fields of research include Development Economics, Environmental Economics and Applied Microeconomics. My research focuses on two areas. First, I study the economics of enterprises in developing countries, evaluating how various institutional and public interventions affect their performance and behaviors. Second, I examine the impacts of different environmental shocks on the sustainability of socio-economic development.
My research leverages Geographic Information System (GIS) and relates geospatial and remote-sensing information to firm- and household-level data.