I am currently a PhD Candidate in Agricultural & Applied Economics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. I’m interested broadly in development & behavioral economics, industrial organization, and applied econometrics.

Previously, I worked as the Data Manager for the Dakar Urban Sanitation project with Innovations for Poverty Action.


The reform of energy subsidies in Iran: The role of cash transfers (2015), Emerging Markets Finance and Trade
Co-authors: Djavad Salehi-Isfahani • Bryce Wilson Stucki
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Work in Progress
Information, credit, inputs: what works to raise smallholder productivity and do effects persist?
Co-authors: Maya Duru • Kim Siegal • Emilia Tjernstrom
Pricing complexity and consumer behavior: evidence from a lab experiment
Co-authors: Jeffrey D. Michler • Emilia Tjernstrom
Using market mechanisms to increase the take-up of improved sanitation
Co-authors: Jared Gars • Shoshana Griffith • Jean-Francois Houde • Molly Lipscomb • Mbaye Mbeguere • Sarah Nehrling • Laura Schechter • Jessica Zhu
Spillovers without social interactions in urban sanitation
Co-authors: Molly Lipscomb • Laura Schechter • Siyao Jessica Zhu


"The Poop Cartel," Planet Money (Episode 855, July 25, 2018); All Things Considered (July 27, 2018)

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