I am a second-year Ph.D. student in Economics at Harvard University and a Graduate Student Affiliate at the Center for History and Economics and the Institute for Quantitative Social Science. My research focuses on political, experimental, and behavioral economics. I graduated from the University of Chicago in December 2018 with degrees in economics and mathematics.

Research

Working Papers

Work in Progress

  • The Social Cost of Partisanship: Ideological Adverse Selection Under the Affordable Care Act (with Leonardo Bursztyn, Jonathan Kolstad, Pietro Tebaldi, and Noam Yuchtman)
  • Private Attitudes, Political Norms, and Cultural Barriers to Higher Education: Chinese College Students in the US (with David Yang and Noam Yuchtman)

Other Publications

Statistical Software