I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Strategy at Kellogg School of Management. Before joining Northwestern University, I received my Ph.D. in Economics from The University of Chicago.
My general areas of interest are applied macroeconomics and industrial organization, with an emphasis on the dynamics of business formation, growth, and productivity.
I am currently engaged in a variety of research projects that use micro data from large datasets to study key aspects of the aggregate evolution of entrepreneurial activity, innovation, and labor demand in the economy.
Research Interests: Applied Macroeconomics, Productivity, Firm Dynamics, Entrepreneurship, Innovation.