I am a Ph.D student in the Department of Economics at UC Santa Barbara. My primary research interests lie in the realm of macroeconomics and econometrics, with a particular emphasis on labor economics, demographics, and time series techniques. My work combines theoretical work from macroeconomics with empirical analysis.  My current topical interests include the growth effects of demographic change, household migration, and the estimation of impulse response functions, though I always look for opportunities to learn from and explore new areas with others.




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Explore current data for Santa Barbara County collected by the Economic Forecast Project.

Read some of my joint blog posts on current economic trends in the European Union.