I am a PhD candidate in the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics at the University of California, Berkeley.
My research interests include environment and energy economics, health economics, public economics, and applied microeconometrics. Recent topics include residential water demand estimation and response to social pressure; COVID-19 stay-at-home policies, travel behavior changes, and resulting health impacts; the interplay between local and federal nutrition assistance; adoption of innovative transportation technology; and the effect of reputation on online markets for illicit goods.
My teaching includes intermediate microeconomics, applied econometrics, and data science for undergraduates, along with intermediate microeconomics and data for decision-making for executive MBAs. I use interactive online resources to teach R and statistics, and create remote content for Haas Digital.
Ph.D. Agricultural and Resource Economics, UC Berkeley (2016 - )
M.S. Agricultural and Resource Economics, UC Berkeley (2018)
M.S. Applied Economics, Montana State (2016)
B.S. Managerial Economics, UC Davis (2013)