I am an applied micro-economist specializing in public economics and market interventions. I employ laboratory and field experiments, alongside observational data, to provide insights and draw policy implications for real-world problems.
I am a Ph.D. candidate in Economics from the Interdisciplinary Center for Economic Science at George Mason University.
“Price Distortions and Hoarding: An experiment" (Link here)
“Public good provision and property tax compliance: Evidence from a natural experiment" (with Carrillo, P. and Scartascini, C.). Journal of Public Economics, 198:104422. (Link here)