Welcome. I am an Assistant Professor of Finance and Economics in the Finance Department at the David Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah. I have also been a visiting Lecturer/Assistant Professor at the London School of Economics. My research is in applied microeconomics and mainly uses data collected from within firms or specialized markets. I have published on issues concerning information and learning in new markets, productivity over the business cycle, and the estimation of worker and boss productivity. At Utah, I teach the PhD sequence in econometrics and a class in theoretical economics and finance. At the LSE, I have taught classes in strategy and organizational economics at the masters level.
I have a PhD from the Stanford Graduate School of Business (2011). Prior to graduate school, I worked in economic and litigation consulting at the Brattle Group in San Francisco, CA.