I am completing my economics PhD at the University of Michigan. I am trained in the fields of labor economics, family economics, and economic demography. I research gender and education gaps in labor market outcomes.
My job market paper uses an economic model of the family to shed new light on why so many men without college education have left the U.S. workforce since the 1960s.
I will be on the job market in 2019-2020 and available for interviews at the 2020 ASSA meetings in San Diego.
Before beginning my PhD I worked at the International Monetary Fund in Washington, DC, where I studied government fiscal policy.
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