AboutI am an Assistant Professor of International Economics at Georgetown University (Walsh SFS and Economics by courtesy). I served as a Dartmouth International Economics Fellow from 2017-2018 after completing my Ph.D in economics at Yale University.
I work on a variety of issues at the intersection of international trade, industrial organization, and environmental economics. I'm interested in how changes in economic policy or technology can shift geographic patterns of production and alter market behavior. I am a NBER faculty research fellow and a CESifo research affiliate.
See my curriculum vitae for details.
Programming Curiosities:These images were produced in course of testing spatial programming techniques. I follow the geographic paths of users on microblogging service Twitter for selected geographic locations over the course of 24 hours.
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