I received my PhD in public policy at The Harris School at The University of Chicago. I am interested in American Politics and Formal Modeling with a specific focus on the Politics of Bureaucracy.

I will be a Postdoctoral Fellow at The Wallis Institute at The University of Rochester starting in September 2017.

Current Research

  • Delegation and Rotating Principals (Link)
  • Delegation to an Overconfident Expert (with Scott Ashworth) (Link)
  • Federalism, Information and Delegation

Previous Teaching Experience

  • Teaching Assistant for Advanced Microeconomics for Policy Analysis (PhD level, 2012 – 2014)
  • Teaching Assistant for Decisions and Organizations (Masters level, 2014 – 2015)
  • Teaching Assistant for Politics and Policy (Undergraduate level, 2013).

Awards and Fellowships

  • Bradley Fellow for 2011-2012


Research Statement