I am a PhD Student in the Kenneth C. Griffin Department of Economics at the University of Chicago. My research is broadly concerned with understanding the mechanisms generating inequality, and how policy can address related issues. In particular, I focus on trends in the distributions of income and wealth, as well as changing patterns in the organization of firms and production, with an eye towards what these trends mean for the efficacy of monetary and fiscal policy.
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Works in Progress
The following are projects in early stages
- Urban Dynamics. (with Jordan Rosenthal-Kay ) (Draft coming soon!) Sample Population Animation Sample Price and Utility Animation OVERshooting in Portland
Some Miscellaneous Notes
- UChicago Econ PhD Math Camp: Lecture Notes Lecture Notes (with solutions)