I am a 6th year Ph.D. student in the Department of Agriculture and Resource Economics at the University of California, Berkeley. My research interests are in the fields of environmental economics and public economics. My current research focuses on understanding the long-run effects of groundwater property rights on recipients and the viability of property rights as a solution to mitigate open-access resource externalities. While at Berkeley, I have leveraged my training in causal inference and my expertise in remote sensing and machine learning to coauthor several other projects which look at the impact of land titling on land use in Mexico and the impact of variety on consumer choice.
Ph.D., Agricultural and Resource Economics, UC Berkeley (Expected 2020)
MS, Agricultural and Resource Economics, UC Berkeley (2017)
MPP, Public Policy, George Washington University (2011)
B.S., Environmental Science, University of Maryland (2004)