Welcome to my academic web page. I am the Wachtell Fellow in Behavioral Law and Economics at the University of Chicago Law School. My primary research interests are focused on exploring the interactions between tax laws and other public policy regimes. I am particularly interested in how such interactions shape behavior and influence inequality. My substantive research interests go beyond tax, including patents and how legal actors and institutions hire and use their employees.
My research can be found on the research tab of this website, or on my SSRN webpage. The publicly downloadable stata programs I have written are described on the stata tabs of this website. For selected media coverage of my research, please visit the media tab of this website. My contact details can be found on my University of Chicago webpage, or feel free to email me at email@example.com.