I hold a PhD in Economics from Boston University and a BA in Behavioral Economics and Public Policy from the Gallatin School of Individualized Study at New York University. In addition to Brown, I've also taught at Boston University and Wellesley College.
Teaching is my passion, and what I'm currently focused on. Every semester I teach Essential Mathematics for Economics, an undergrad course; I also teach the first year math course for Econ PhD students every fall, and other economics courses.
My wife and I have lived in Providence for seven years, and love it here. I'm a huge fan of rock music, and I have two cats, Jane and Eliza.