I am a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Economics at the University of Illinois at Chicago. My research interests include local labor markets, place-based policies, unemployment, and post-secondary education. My current research project studies the effects the opening of large establishments induced by firm-specific tax incentives on job creation in local labor markets. During my graduate study, I independently taught 4 economics courses, including microeconomics for MBA students. I also served as a teaching assistant for multiple economic courses.

I am on the job market for the 2020-2021 season and will be available for (virtual) interviews before, during, and after the ASSA and EEA meetings.

Field: Labor economics, public economics, economics of education, health economics

References: Darren Lubotsky (Chair), Ben Feigenberg, and Erik Hembre