Curriculum vitae: pdf, html
I am a Ph.D. candidate in Economics and Public Policy at Carnegie Mellon University. My primary fields of interest are applied microeconomics, labor economics, applied econometrics and economic history.
The Labor Economics of the Great Migration
Chapter 1. “The Great Migration and Wages in the Northern United States” (Job Market Paper 1) (abstract)
Chapter 2. “Intergenerational Altruism in the Migration Decision Calculus: Evidence from the Great Migration” (Job Market Paper 2) (abstract)
“Alliterative Names and Election Outcomes: Behavioral Biases and Voter Rationality.” (abstract)
“Deterrence Externalities and Racial Bias in Law Enforcement.” (abstract)
“Race, Trust and Social Capital.” (abstract)
I have created a few resources for doing scholarly work (Stata, LaTeX and pandoc) using the BBEdit and TextWrangler text editors.