I graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Economics from UC Berkeley, and obtained my MPhil and DPhil from Oxford University. After graduation, I joined the Economics Department as a Career Development Fellow and am affiliated with Mansfield College.
At Trinity, I teach tutorials for second-year microeconomics. I also teach tutorials in first- and second-year microeconomics at Mansfield College, and the first-year Elementary Mathematical Methods course run by the Economics Department.
My broad research area is applied microeconomics, and mostly focuses on behavioural economics. Topics I have researched include price inattention, measuring product quality with text analysis methods, and within- and between-person comparisons of subjective well-being reports. My current research focuses on measuring and incentivising individual creativity.