I am an economic research scientist and joined the Data Science team in 2014. My current interest is in using the tools of empirical industrial organization to study problems related to advertising efficacy, Facebook user behavior, product pricing, and strategic behavior under incomplete information. Before coming to Facebook, I was at the Federal Reserve Board of Governors, where I conducted research on household behavior in credit markets and on the role of information asymmetries and imperfect competition in financial markets. I received a PhD in Economics from Stanford, where I wrote my dissertation on product bundling and non-price competition in consumer markets.
Computational social science, causal inference, empirical industrial organization, applied econometrics