I am a postdoctoral researcher and a lecturer at ETH Zürich and a 2021 Global Priorities Fellow at the Forethought Foundation for Global Priorities Research. I received a PhD in Economics from Cornell University in 2021.

I co-organized the 6th ETH Workshop on Democracy, in collaboration with CEPR, in June 2023.

I teach courses in game theory, decision theory, market design, and economics of networks. In Spring 2024, I am teaching a new course at ETH Zürich called Networks and Markets with topics such as financial contagion, traffic networks, sponsored search auctions, matching, kidney exchange, and blockchains.

My research interest is in applied microeconomic theory, specifically game theory and its applications in public economics and political economy.  The main theme of my research asks how sequential decision-making affects outcomes in dynamic games. In my current work, I study how intergenerational learning affects the tragedy of the commons. Another ongoing project studies the effect of legislative bargaining with heterogeneous districts on public good provision.

I also take photos.

I am on the 2023-2024 job market.