I’m currently a PhD candidate in econometrics at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, expecting to graduate in Spring of 2021. I’m also a recent MBA graduate from there. My research interests include causal inference, energy and environmental policy, financial decision making, and tax policy.
More about me here. More details about working papers, software, and teaching below.
- Partial Identification for Regression Discontinuity Donuts
- Inference in Sythetic Controls with Spillovers – with Jianfei Cao
Slides–Paper – arXiv – Code: R, Matlab
- Waiting for the Hot Hand – with Sam Hirshman and Prof. Nick Polson
- twosamples: R package on CRAN and Github for fast randomization two-sample tests. Paper describing DTS stat.
- Synthetic Controls with Spillovers: R code
- Data Science for Marketing Decision Making – Prof. Günter Hitsch
- Applied Regression Analysis – Prof. Panos Toulis
- New Developments in Public Finance – Profs Neale Mahoney, Seth Zimmerman, and Eric Zwick
- Advanced Microeconomic Analysis – Prof. Kevin Murphy