I am a PhD candidate in Economics at Princeton University (anticipated graduation in Spring 2024) with research interests in the industrial organization of health markets and econometrics. I have accepted a position as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics at Cornell University. My advisor is Kate Ho, and my other references are Alessandro Lizzeri and Ulrich Müller.
Before starting graduate school, I received a BS in mathematics with a specialization in economics from the University of Chicago in 2017 and was a Stanford Law Empirical Research Fellow under John Donohue III between 2017 and 2018.
PhD in Economics, 2024 (Expected)
MS in Economics, 2020
BS in Mathematics with a Specialization in Economics, 2018
University of Chicago
The large literature on vertical market bargaining assumes contracts last for one period, but actual hospital-insurer contracts last for multiple years and are negotiated as a multiple of a benchmark price that changes over time. I study dynamic regulations to those benchmark prices by extending the existing single-period approach to vertical market bargaining to enable contracts that are formed at different times.
We propose a meta-learner for conditional average treatment effect (CATE) bounds that can efficiently estimate sharp bounds.
We extend Dorn and Guo (2022)’s characterization of bounds for Tan’s marginal sensitivity model to considerably more general assumptions and estimands.
Accept with minor revisions, Journal of the American Statistical Association. We propose semiparametric average treatment effect (ATE) bounds estimators with novel robustness properties: double sharpness and double validity.
In-person: Spring 2022 (Preceptor)
In-person: Spring 2021
In-person: Fall 2014-Spring 2015 (Tutor)