Economics PhD Student

University of Oregon

Welcome to my website. I received my Ph.D. in economics from the University of Oregon in 2022. My academic research addresses spatial heterogeneity in responses to public policy, such as the US Clean Air Act and local housing regulations.

In August of 2022, I will be joining Freddie Mac as a Senior Quantitative Analyst.

  • Environmental Economics
  • Labor Economics
  • Urban Economics
  • Public Policy
  • PhD in Economics, 2022*

    University of Oregon

  • MS in Economics, 2018

    University of Oregon

  • BS in Economics, 2016

    University of Oregon

Working Papers

Works in Progress

  • Is the Solution to the Pollution Dilution? Evidence from Regulating Stack Heights (with Ed Rubin and Eric Zou)

  • The Big City Wage Premium: Labor Market Power and Skill Sorting (with Sophie Mathes)

  • Migration or Mitigation? Disentangling Climate Change Adaptation (with Emmett Saulnier)