Assistant Professor of Business Economics & Public Policy, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
NBER Faculty Research Fellow
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322 Vance Hall
3733 Spruce Street, Philadelphia
My research interests are in development economics and environmental economics, specifically the individual and institutional factors that shape how energy and the environment interact with economic decision-making and well-being. My projects cover topics in energy efficiency adoption, electricity grids, air pollution, and environmental risk mitigation and use experimental and non-experimental applied econometrics methods.
At the University of Pennsylvania, I am affiliated with:
I teach Microeconomics for Managers in Wharton's MBA program. I also co-organize the Development Economics seminar, the Energy Economics and Finance seminar, and the Applied Economics Workshop.
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