About me

I am a fourth year PhD Candidate in Economics at Princeton University, specializing in energy economics and applied econometrics.

My research explores how subsidy design and regulation have shaped the formation of the utility-scale solar market in the United States.

Previously, I have written about methods for analyzing imperfectly matched data and puzzling patterns in Turkish female labor participation rates.

My outdoor hobbies vary with the seasons, however I also enjoy salsa dancing, drawing, and learning languages year-round.