Curriculum Vitae

 As an applied economist, my portfolio spans poverty and policy research:

Income security, childcare, and children’s development

Neighborhood effects on low-income families and children

Parent labor-market behavior, health insurance, and children’s health

Poverty, economic instability and quality of decision making

Experimental and nonexperimental approaches to estimating causality

Applications of behavioral economics to early childhood interventions, poverty research and policy

Education: Ph.D. Economics, Cornell University