I am a Senior Economist in the Research Department of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. My research interests span urban, environmental, and development economics. I completed my PhD in 2017 from the University of California, Santa Barbara, where I was advised by faculty in both the Department of Economics and the Bren School.
Before graduate school, I worked for an energy efficiency consulting firm in Austin, TX. My undergraduate degree is from the University of Texas at Austin, where I majored in Latin American Studies (LLILAS) and Economics. Once upon a time, I spent two years at UNT in Denton, TX, thinking I wanted to study music. Before that, I delivered pizza and gassed up boats.
- Summer 2020: Co-organizing the Online Spatial and Urban Seminar, see osus.info
- Spring 2020: Organized the Online Urban Economics Seminar: sites.google.com/view/urban-econ-online
- Electricity-Based Index of Economic Disruption for Philly Area
Other Recent-ish News
- Excited to share a new draft of “Formative Experiences and the Price of Gasoline.” We received some press coverage.
- Paper on technology adoption and uncertainty finally found a home at ReSTAT. It’s been a long journey! This project, and my excellent coauthors, has provided the best learning opportunity. To be published in July 2020.