I am a Ph.D. candidate in Agricultural and Resource Economics at UC Davis with extensive training in environmental and natural resource economics, structural econometrics, and development economics. My dissertation research focuses on viable control in natural resource economics, which applies to a policy objectives concerned with limiting the risk of disastrous events. I am currently developing new theory and techniques to address this important class of problems.
Before UC Davis, I studied physics at Rochester Institute of Technology. In my capstone project, I examined how some relatively simple math models of climate could approximate several of the results from larger numerical simulations.
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Ph.D. Agricultural and Resource Economics, 2020
University of California, Davis
B.S. Physics and Economics, 2015
Rochester Institute of Technology