Welcome to my website!

I am a PhD Candidate in Economics at the University of Texas at Austin. I'm interested in improving the design of consumer debt markets and thinking about problems that can arise due to information asymmetry in these settings. I believe that structural econometric modeling provides a powerful tool for exploring policy design in situations where experimentation is challenging or impossible. I'm also an avid proponent of Python and other computational tools for approaching problems in economics.

Prior to my graduate studies I worked as an Economist within Deloitte’s Economics practice in London, United Kingdom. As a part of this work I engaged with clients in Telecommunications, Media and Technology (TMT) industries, focusing on issues including regulatory economics, competition, economic modeling, public policy and strategy.

I will be on the job market in the Fall of 2022 and will be graduating in Spring 2023.


  • Industrial Organization

  • Household Finance

  • Applied Econometrics


  • PhD Economics, 2023 (Expected)
    The University of Texas
    at Austin

  • MS Economics, 2019
    The University of Texas
    at Austin

  • MSc Economics, 2014
    London School of Economics

  • BA (Honours) in Economics, with Distinction, 2013
    Queen's University
    at Kingston