I am a PhD candidate at the University of California, Riverside. My primary research fields are development economics and applied microeconomics, while my secondary research interests include public policy and political economy. My job market paper focuses on understanding the effects of different types of decentralization on the provision of public goods. My dissertation research is funded in part by the UCR Blum Initiative on Global and Regional Poverty. I cherish being in groups where knowledge is shared without boundaries and all forms of diversity are respected. I am on the job market this year and will be available for interviews.
Major research fields: Development Economics and Applied Microeconomics
Other fields of interest: Public Policy and Political Economy
Teaching interests: Development Economics, Public Policy, Applied Econometrics, Microeconomics, and Macroeconomics
Teaching Award: I was the recipient of the 2015 Outstanding Teaching Assistant award in economics at UCR.
University of California, Riverside,
900 University Ave., Sproul 4128,
Riverside CA 92507