I'm an Associate Professor at Claremont McKenna College's Robert Day School in Economics and Finance. I received my Ph.D. in Economics from the University of California, San Diego and started my academic career at Caltech in Pasadena.
My research interests center on two types of inference questions. The first concerns econometric methods for economic experiments and behavioral economic models while the second considers inference in high-dimensional settings with applications to industrial organization and finance.
At Claremont, I've taught Econometrics (Econ 125) and an elective on Topics in Portfolio Management (Fin 410). While at Caltech, I offered graduate Econometrics and topics courses on Time Series and Experimetrics as well as an undergraduate course on Investments.