I am a visiting assistant professor of Strategy, Economics and Public Policy at Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business.
My research interest lies in the intersection of strategic human capital and entrepreneurship. I apply the tools of personnel and organizational economics to study how labor market imperfections manifest themselves in labor market outcomes and assess how firms can attract and motivate the most productive employees. Since these evaluations must consider the decision of individuals to either start new businesses or work as salaried employees, another part of my research evaluates formation of small businesses.
I received my PhD from University of California, Berkeley. I had also worked at Morgan Stanley in New York and graduated from Brown University with a B.Sc. in Applied Math-Economics.