My main research area is in labor economics. In particular, I study how alternative work arrangements impact the labor market outcomes of both firms and workers. I am also interested in applied econometrics, specifically in methods concerning the study of matched employer-employee datasets. I obtained my Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley.
My research interests lie within the fields of Development, Political Economy, and Applied Econometrics, with a special focus on the political institutions of developing countries and conflict.