I am a PhD candidate in Economics at University of California, Berkeley, advised by David Card and David Romer. My research interests are in Labor Economics, Macroeconomics, and Economic History. In Summer 2016, I was a Dissertation Fellow at Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.
Before Berkeley, I studied Economic History at Cambridge supported by the Isaac Newton Trust Grant. I completed my undergraduate studies in Industrial & Labor Relations at Cornell University.
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RAsFall 2016 - Economic Geography
"Amerisclerosis? The Puzzle of Rising U.S. Unemployment Persistence" (with Olivier Coibion and Yuriy Gorodnichenko), Brookings Papers on Economic Activity (2013). (PDF) (Summary) (Longer NBER Working Paper)
In the press: Al Jazeera, American Enterprise Institute, Business Insider, The Economist, Marginal Revolution, Slate, The Washington Post
"Ownership Dispersion and the London Stock Exchange's `Two-Thirds' Rule: An Empirical Test" (with David Chambers and Brian Cheffins), Business History, Volume 55, Issue 4 (2013), 670-693. (Abstract)
Research in Progress
"The Response of Consumer Spending to Changes in Gasoline Prices" (with Michael Gelman, Yuriy Gorodnichenko, Shachar Kariv, Matthew D. Shapiro, Dan Silverman, and Steven Tadelis). August 2016. pdf appendix
"The Welfare Costs of Adjustment Costs: Theory and Evidence from the Gig Economy"
Energy Policy Opportunities: Continuing Challenges in the Presence of Increased Supplies of Natural Gas and Petroleum (with Michael Greenstone, Karen Li, and Adam Looney), A Hamilton Project Framing Memo (June 2012). (PDF)
A Dozen Economic Facts About Taxes (with Michael Greenstone, Karen Li, and Adam Looney), A Hamilton Project Framing Memo (May 2012). (PDF)