In August 2022 I will receive my doctorate degree in economics from George Washington University and start working full-time as an economist at the US Security Exchange Commission in Washington DC.
My research interests are in applied micro-economics fields. My general areas of interest are labor, public and education economics, with a particular focus in higher education policy. My job market paper examines the impact of state merit aid programs on the production of STEM degrees.
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