I am a Departmental Lecturer in Development Economics, and a Fellow of St. Anthony College.
My research is on the intersection of development economics, labor economics, and international trade. Most of my work uses both theoretical models and large data set to answer economic questions that interest me. I worked on the effect of minimum wage on labor market structure in developing countries, and on gender inequality. Also, I work on the effect of the wage gap across jobs on individual decision makings on education, marriage, and fertility decision.
I have taught development economics, math camp for incoming Ph.D. students, and I am scheduled to teach international trade and econometrics.