I am a fifth year PhD student in economics at Purdue University in the Krannert School of Management. My research focuses on firms in international trade.
My job market paper employs Bayesian econometric techniques to analyze the product-level response of heterogeneous firms to changes in trade costs. Please see the tabs to the right for further discussion of my research.
While at Purdue, I have taught two semesters of Microeconomics, and have received the Krannert Award for Distinguished Teaching in each semester.
I am a native of Richmond, Indiana, and studied mathematics and economics as an undergraduate at Hanover College.