PhD, The University of Chicago
I am a labor economist and recent graduate from the Department of Economics at the University of Chicago. My research explores the effects of immigration policies and family institutions on the behavior and life outcomes of individuals.
I am currently on the academic job market. I will be available for interviews at the 2020 AEA meeting in San Diego and the 2019 EEA meeting in Rotterdam.
Labor Economics, Economics of Immigration, Economics of the Family, Economic History
Primary: Labor Economics, Applied Microeconomics
Secondary: Applied Microeconometrics, Economic History