I am an applied microeconomist and PhD Candidate at Cornell University. My research focuses on the impacts of education and immigration policies, which are at the intersection of the economics of education, urban economics, and labor economics.
Prior to attending Cornell, I was a research assistant at the University of Michigan’s Ford School of Public Policy. Before that, I was a research analyst at the University of Chicago’s Consortium on School Research. I graduated from the University of Michigan – Ann Arbor with a M.S. in Applied Statistics and from the University of Chicago with a B.A. in Economics.
I will be available for interviews for the 2021-2022 job market.
PhD in Policy Analysis and Management, 2022 (Expected)
MS in Applied Statistics, 2016
University of Michigan - Ann Arbor
BA in Economics, 2012
University of Chicago
Effects of School Climate Information: Evidence from Chicago’s Housing Market
Effects of Local Immigration Enforcement Policies on Housing Transactions
Elite School Choice and Gentrification: Unintended Consequences of Affirmative Action
The Role of Local School Boards on School Finance, Performance, and Segregation [with Maria Fitzpatrick]
Direct and Spillover Effects of DACA: Evidence from Consumption Patterns and Labor Market Outcomes [with Julia Li Zhu]
Effects of Promise Neighborhoods on Neighborhood Migration and the Housing Market [with Alex Cooperstock]
Lab/Section Instructor: Summer 2020, Spring 2021 (Cornell University)
Teaching Assistant : Summer 2019 (Michigan State University)