About Me

I’m a PhD student in Quantitative Marketing at the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business. My job market paper studies how broadband internet affects the price elasticity of demand. My broader research agenda focuses on information and how it can change choice and consumer behavior, combining insights from empirical industrial organization, information economics, and the economics of education.

I was born and raised in Tucson, Arizona. My undergraduate education is from Arizona State University. I worked as a Transfer Pricing Associate at PwC before completing my M.S. in Economics at UNC-Chapel Hill.

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