I am an Assistant Professor of Economics at Davidson College. My research interests are in applied microeconomics. My dissertation focused on the effect of increased incarceration rates on fertility, partner selection, marriage/cohabitation, and infant outcomes, exploring mass incarceration through the lens of intergenerational mobility. I also have an ongoing research project that uses linked census data to understand the effects of immigration on native workers.
This fall, I am teaching ECO 101: Introductory Economics. My office hours are Tuesday 10-11, Wednesday 1-3, and Thursday 12-1. You can find me in Chambers 3256.
You can learn more about me here, and please feel free to contact me directly at email@example.com