I joined the Economics department at the University of Toledo in August 2016 after completing my Ph.D. at Purdue University. My research is predominately in the fields of Econometrics and Behavioral Economics. In particular, much of my work involves applying Bayesian and structural econometric techniques to data generated from economic experiments. My current projects investigate decision-making under risk and uncertainty in the laboratory and in the classroom, and the role of other-regarding preferences in games.
I teach undergraduate and masters-level courses in Econometrics, and will also teach Behavioral Economics starting Spring 2019.
I completed bachelor’s degrees in Chemical Engineering and Commerce, and a Master of Economics, at the University of Melbourne.