Assistant Professor, Economics
Doctor of Philosophy, Economics, Univ Of Georgia, 2009
Master of Arts, Political Science, Univ Of Georgia, Georgia, United States, 2007
Bachelor of Business Admin, Economics, Univ Of Georgia, Georgia, United States, 1999
I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics. I teach Principles of
Microeconomics, Public Economics and our Graduate Seminar in Microeconomic Theory.
Previously, I was a postdoctoral fellow at Emory University, teaching courses cross-listed
between the Economics and Political Science departments. Before that, I was the Searle
Visiting Assistant professor at Duke University, where I taught courses that covered
public choice, social choice theory, political institutions, game theory and computational
My graduate training was interdisciplinary. I earned my Ph.D. in Economics and my
M.A. in Political Science at the University of Georgia. There I taught classes that
covered microeconomics, social choice theory, public choice, political institutions,
game theory and statistics.