I am a Ph.D. candidate in the Political Economy program at the Stanford Graduate School of Business.

My research focuses on the interplay between information and political behavior based on game theory and behavioral political economy. On the empirical front, I use machine learning, natural language processing, and various causal inference methods to analyze the US politicians’ legislative behavior.

Prior to joining GSB, I worked at an economic consulting firm (Analysis Group). I graduated from Middlebury College in 2016 with a B.A in economics and a minor in political science.


Teaching Experience

  • Conflict Management and Negotiation (Spring 2022)
    • Game theory and behavioral economics based negotiation class for MBAs
    • Teaching Assistant for Prof. Jon Bendor
  • Managerial Economics (Winter 2022)
    • Core microeconomics class for the first-year MBAs
    • Teaching Assistant for Prof. Weijie Zhong
  • Microeconomic Theory (Autumn 2021, Autumn 2022)
    • Ph.D. level microeconomic theory course based on Mas Colell, Whinston, and Green (MWG)
    • Teaching Assistant for Prof. Dana Foarta