I am an assistant professor of economics at Michigan State University. I am also a faculty affiliate of Evolution and Future of Work Initiative at Michigan State University and of Human Capital and Economic Opportunity Global Working Group at University of Chicago. My research and teaching interests are microeconomics, matching theory, game theory, labor economics, and family economics. I obtained my economics PhD from University of Chicago under advisors Gary Becker and Phil Reny in 2015, MA math, BA math and economics with honors, and Wharton statistics minor from University of Pennsylvania in 2010.


I'm always seeking help from talented undergraduate and graduate students worldwide. At MSU, I've had great experience working with Econ Scholars and Honors College professorial assistants. Please reach out.


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