I’m a dissertator in the Department of Economics at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. I’m an economic theorist interested in information economics and decision theory. My current research focuses primarily on valuation of and demand for information, with a secondary interest in experiment design.

I am currently on the job market and am available for remote interviews by the usual means (Skype, Zoom, etc.) including during both the European Job Market and ASSA conferences.

Pronouns: he/him


  • Economic theory
  • Information
  • Statistical decision theory
  • Experiment design
  • Bargaining theory


  • PhD, Economics, 2022 (expected)

    University of Wisconsin-Madison

  • MS, Economics, 2017

    University of Wisconsin-Madison

  • BA, Economics/Mathematics, 2014

    New College of Florida




Current Course: Economics 330 - Money and Banking (course page)

Past Courses

In the past, I’ve been a TA for the following courses:

  • Economics 101 - Principles of Microeconomics (head TA)
  • Economics 102 - Principles of Macroeconomics (head TA)
  • Economics 711 / 713 - Economic Theory (PhD level)

My past course materials can be found here.

Teaching Portfolio

You can find a portfolio including my teaching statement, selected evaluations, and student comments here.


I’ve been actively birding since mid-2019.

Occasionally I post some photos to my eBird Profile and my Instagram.