I am a Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Göttingen, in the department of Economics and the Center for Modern Indian Studies, having completed a PhD in Economics at the University of Massachusetts Amherst (2021). In my research, I use theoretical and applied microeconomics to study behaviors such as learning and voting, with a focus on developing countries. I also study conflict and cooperation, in relation to to public goods provision as well as political conflict. I will be on the 2022-2023 job market.
PhD in Economics, 2015-2021
University of Massachusetts Amherst
MSc in Development Economics, 2013
SOAS, University of London
BA in Economics and Black Studies, 2012
Early age of marriage and child health (with Rajesh Kumar Rai and Sebastian Vollmer).
Water user associations and collective action in developing countries (with Leonard Krapf and Sebastian Vollmer).
Average student reviews 4.9/5 (available upon request).