I am a 3rd year PhD student in Agricultural and Resource Economics at UC Berkeley. My research interests lie in the fields of agricultural and environmental economics, specifically in consumer decision-making under uncertainty, food policy, and transportation. My current research focuses on consumer responses to fuel price volatility in the automobile sector, the economics of labeling of genetically-modified (GM) foods, and consumer responses to Sugar-Sweetened Beverage propositions. Some of my previous research has examined the welfare effects of adoption of GM crops and the economics of biofuel production and policy.
B.S. Environmental Economics and Policy, U.C. Berkeley (2014)
B.S. Environmental Sciences, U.C. Berkeley (2014)
M.S. Agricultural and Resource Economics, U.C. Berkeley (2017)