I received my Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Warwick and I am a Research Network Affiliate at CESifo.
My research interests lie in the economics of digitization and discrimination with a particular interest in algorithmic bias.
I combine methods from econometrics, causal inference, and machine learning in quasi-experimental settings.
In my recent work, I study the impact of regulations that require group-blind algorithmic pricing on the behavior of consumers and firms.
Please find my CV here.
Finalist, American Statistical Association (ASA) Dissertation Award
Winner, CESifo Distinguished Affiliate Award for my research on the economics of digitization
Winner, Emerging Scholar Award for my research in algorithmic bias
Winner, Outstanding Paper Award at Discrimination and Diversity Workshop