My research focuses on interesting incentives, nonlinear pricing and how market structure influences behavior, especially when these issues can answer a question in Public Finance. I teach classes in Econometrics, Microeconomics, Finance, and Statistics. As a consultant I've worked for Bain and BCG. I also consult independently and do white label work for an economic consulting firm. My clients have included large tech companies, financial institutions, private equity firms and non-profits. My consulting work has covered antitrust litigation, marketing effectiveness, transfer pricing, divestment decisions and firm valuation. Between projects I like to travel, fish, and watch soccer.
BA Economics, Magna Cum Laude
BS Mechanical Engineering, Magna Cum Laude
Assistant Professor of Economics and Management
Market analysis, organic and paid traffic data, large tech co
Associate Consultant Intern
What I Do
Whether to use complements and substitutes depends on the type of administrative costs, but the tax depends on the related externalities! Click to read the paper.
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Using econometrics and data on internet traffic, we found evidence to support a litigant involved in an anti-trust case.
Complete evaluation of company's cash flows and risks. Created a new data set for an under-studied industry to assess risks.
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