Assistant Professor of Economics, University of California, Davis
I graduated from MIT in June 2017 with a dissertation entitled Labor Market Adjustment to Globalization, Automation, and Institutional Reform, for which I am a co-winner of the W.E. Upjohn Institute's 2017 Dissertation Award. My research explores the labor market impacts of import competition and technological change, the consequences of job loss for workers and their communities, and the design of public policies to protect workers against adverse demand shocks.
As of Fall 2017, I am an Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of California, Davis. I am also a Faculty Affiliate at the UC Davis Center for Poverty Research.
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