I am an Assistant Professor in the Strategy Department at Kellogg School of Management. Before joining Northwestern University, I received a PhD in Economics from Stanford University.
My main research interests include the economics of education and innovation. In education, my current work focuses on the consequences of increased access to higher education. In innovation, my current work examines the effect of compulsory licensing on invention, as well as the effects of technology transfers.
In most of my research projects, I exploit historical public policies to address economic questions that, although currently relevant, would be hard to tackle with only modern data.
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