Bio: I am a Ph.D. student in Public Policy (Economics Track) at Harvard University. I earned my M.S. in Applied Economics from Montana State University in 2017 and my B.S. in Mathematics (with honors), Economics (with honors), and Physics at Hillsdale College in 2015. I am also a graduate scholar in the Multidisciplinary Program in Inequality & Social Policy at Harvard University, a Considine Fellow in Law and Economics at Harvard Law School, a Health Policy Research Scholar at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), and a resident tutor at Adams House. For more information, see my Harvard website and CV.
Research Interests: My primary interests are in Labor economics, Public economics, and Applied Theory. My interests also overlap with Law and Economics, Economic History, and Health Economics. For my previous and ongoing work see my research page.