PhD Candidate in Economics (Expected August 2024)
I am an applied microeconomist and behavioral economist who utilizes experimental techniques in my research. My research focuses on using experimental and behavioral interventions to study outcomes in the labor market and education setting. My current research projects relate to the role of social identity and technology on labor market participation and outcomes.
My research has been supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF SES #: 2215203 ), iFree, PEDL, The University of Arkansas Department of Economics, The University of Arkansas Barbara Lofton Office of Diversity and Inclusion and the Walton Business Behavioral Research Laboratory.
APPLIED MICROECONOMICS & INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION
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438 Sam Walton College of Business, Fayetteville, AR, 72701