I'm Chief Economist at a San Francisco Bay Area technology company, and an applied economist specializing in labor economics, public economics and policy evaluation. My current research explores the impact of salary transparency on job matching, the role of company culture in wage setting, and the use of real-time labor market data to improve macroeconomic forecasts. Previously I've worked as a public policy economist in Washington D.C., a municipal government economist in Seattle, and a consulting economist specializing in tax and energy policy.
Ph.D., Economics, University of California, San Diego, 2014
M.A., Economics, University of California, San Diego, 2012
B.A., Economics, University of Washington (cum laude), 2001
B.A., Business Administration, University of Washington (magna cum laude), 2001
Primary: Labor Economics; Public Economics
Secondary: Applied Microeconomics; Public Policy; Applied Econometrics