I conduct research in the fields of public, health, and environmental economics. In Fall of 2023, I'll join the University of Houston as an Assistant Professor with a joint appointment between the Department of Economics and the Hobby School of Public Affairs. Until then, I'll be a postdoctoral fellow in Aging and Health at the National Bureau of Economic Research. Here are a few things I’ll be working on.

Latest Research

Medicaid and incarceration

The Impact of Youth Medicaid Eligibility on Adult Incarceration

Job market paper, with Seth Neller and Sam Stripling
Conditionally accepted at AEJ: Applied

This paper shows that an expansion of public health insurance to children from low-income families reduced the probability of those children going to prison as adults.