I am an Assistant Professor of Economics at Davidson College. My research interests are in applied microeconomics. My dissertation focused on the effect of increased incarceration rates on fertility, family formation, and infant outcomes, exploring mass incarceration through the lens of intergenerational mobility. I also have an ongoing research project that uses linked census data to understand the effects of immigration on native workers.
This semester, I am teaching ECO 101: Introductory Economics. My office hours this semester are Monday 1-3pm, Wednesday 7-8am and 2-3pm, and Friday 1-2pm. You can also email me to make an appointment.
You can learn more about me here, and please feel free to contact me directly at email@example.com