About me

I’m a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Economics at UC Berkeley, with research fields in public and labor economics. My research generally analyzes ways in which the US tax, transfer, and social insurance system has shaped worker-firm labor market dynamics. My ongoing projects examine the extent to which workers understand and make use of public policies that mitigate income volatility, with particular attention to independent contracting and unemployment insurance policies in the US.

If you’re also interested in these research topics and would like to chat, please get in touch!

Click here for my CV (last updated: Feb 2021).