My research applies insights and methods from industrial organization and public economics to the study of environmental, energy, and climate policy. In my job market paper, I study the effect of consumer subsidies on market structure in California’s residential solar industry.
Prior to my PhD, I worked for the US Environmental Protection Agency, White House Council on Environmental Quality, and Booz Allen Hamilton. I graduated from Harvard College with a BA in Environmental Science and Public Policy and a Secondary in Economics.
I will be on the job market during AY 2023-2024.
- Professor Joseph E. Aldy [email@example.com]
- Professor Myrto Kalouptsidi [firstname.lastname@example.org]
- Professor Ariel Pakes [email@example.com]
- Professor Robin S. Lee [firstname.lastname@example.org]
Selected working papers
A Policy by Any Other Name: Unconventional Industrial Policy in the US Residential Solar Industry (JMP)
Private Benefits from Public Investment in Climate Adaptation and Resilience (w/ Joseph E. Aldy)
Spatial Sorting, Agglomeration Economies, and Travel Cost Endogeneity in Recreation Demand Models