I’m an Assistant Professor of Marketing at Thunderbird-ASU. My recent work studies how broadband internet is changing the US retail sector. My research agenda examines how information affects 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 ASU. I lived in Vietnam as a Fulbright Teaching Fellow and worked as a Transfer Pricing Associate at PwC before completing my MS in Economics at UNC-Chapel Hill. I received my MBA and PhD in Quantitative Marketing from the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business.
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