I am an Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Wisconsin - Madison. My primary field is Industrial Organization.
My research examines methods to estimate discrete games, the role of political connections in shaping market structure, and regulatory competition in the market for corporate charters.
Estimation of Discrete Games with Weak Assumptions on Information (with Camilla Roncoroni) - R&R at The Review of Economic Studies - Young Economists' Essay Award at EARIE 2016, Young Economist Prize at XXXI Jornadas de Economía Industrial
Regulatory Competition and the Market for Corporate Law (with Ofer Eldar) - Accepted at AEJ:Microeconomics - Featured on the Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation
selected Work in Progress:
Predictive Tools for Merger Simulation (with Daniel Mcleod)
ECON 301: Intermediate Microeconomics (Fall 2016, 2019; Spring 2018)
ECON 690/725: Machine Learning for Economists - M.A. Level (Fall 2018, 2019)
ECON 762/761: Empirical Industrial Organization - Ph.D. Level (Fall 2016, 2019; Spring 2018, 2019)
Office: Room 6426, 1180 Observatory Drive, Madison, WI 53706-1393