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
I study microeconomics in the context of environment, energy, and climate in low-income contexts. My work examines the individual and institutional factors that shape how energy and the environment interact with economic decision-making and well-being. My projects study energy efficiency adoption, electricity grids, air pollution, and environmental risk mitigation.
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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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