I am a Ph.D. candidate in Political Science at Stanford University.
I study international and comparative political economy.
My research integrates economic geography into political economy models of policy preferences and electoral politics.
Accounting for variation in the efficiency of government provision between rural and urban areas, and for migration as a
mechanism of economic adjustment, generates new and often counter-intuitive predictions about political alignments and reactions
to economic change. I test these theories using newly-digitized historical data.
I graduated summa cum laude from Harvard College in 2018 with an A.B. in History. I received an M.A. in Economics from
Stanford in 2022.
I am on the 2023-2024 job market.