Role: Associate Professor of Economics, Fellow & Tutor of Lady Margaret Hall
I am an Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Oxford, a Tutor and Fellow in Economics at Lady Margaret Hall, and a visiting researcher at the Chicago Federal Reserve Bank. Before coming to Oxford, I was an Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Pennsylvania. I hold a PhD in Economics from the University of Cambridge, an MA in Economics from the University of California San Diego, an MSc in Statistics from the University of St Andrews, and a BA in Economics and Mathematics from the College of William and Mary.
My research interests include theoretical and applied econometrics, empirical microeconomics, and experimental economics. The main topics of my current and ongoing research are model selection and averaging, measurement error, and models with social interactions.
Prelims Probability & Statistics, Quantitative Economics, Behavioral & Experimental Economics, Empirical Research Methods
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