I am an applied microeconomist interested in the impact of technology and infrastructure in regional socioeconomic outcomes and environmental decision making. My research focuses on the impact of aviation connectivity on regional economies and innovation, climate change impacts on aviation, and improving international agreements on sectoral emissions reductions. I also work on electricity infrastructure and energy poverty in India. I won the 2017 Presidential Award for Outstanding Teaching at Columbia University. In 2018, I served as one of eight International Parliamentary Fellows from the U.S. at the German Parliament (Bundestag), where I worked on economic, energy, and transport policy.
My latest CV .
Ph.D., Sustainable Development, 2019
M.Phil., Sustainable Development, 2017
M.A., Sustainable Development, 2016
B.S., Environmental Science & Policy (Environmental Economics), 2013
B.A., Germanic Studies, 2013
University of Maryland, College Park
Working Papers and Others
At LSE, I teach GY121 Sustainable Development and GY 428 Applied Quantitative Methods (Seminars) in the Michaelmas Term, 2019.
I have taught or assisted in a number of Economics/Sustainability courses at various institutions:
You can find my latest CV here.