|I am a PhD candidate in Economics at Georgia State University.
I am an applied microeconomist. My research encompasses the fields of Development Economics, Behavioral and Experimental Economics, Public Economics and Program Evaluations. I combine lab and field experimental methods with empirical analysis to conduct my research.
My research is particularly motivated to answer real world policy relevant questions such as 'how to reduce default among microfinance borrowers' and 'how to foster local community development through inclusive and participatory planning in underdeveloped and crises hit regions.'
I am on the 2016-2017 academic job market, and will be available for interviews at the January 2017 ASSA meetings in Chicago.