My work lies at the intersection of labor and macroeconomics, with a particular interest in how frictions in the labor market affect aggregate outcomes.  My current research asks how commuting and congestion in urban areas interacts with labor market outcomes such as job mobility, wage growth, and inequality. For more information, visit my personal website.

Paper: Costly Commuting and the Job Ladder

Areas of Expertise: Macroeconomics; Labor Markets; Urban Economics.