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Degrees

PhD, University of Connecticut (Economics)

Areas of Interest

Organizational Economics, Industrial Organization, Law and Economics, Economic History

I am interested in the effects of institutions, organizations, and contracts on innovation and growth. My research agenda aims at quantifying the interpretability of networked and textual artifacts through econometric models.

Courses Taught
  • Industrial Organization
  • Theory of the Firm
  • Law and Economics
  • Marketing
  • Principles
  • FYS
Publications

“History as written by anonymous.” 2021. Working paper.

“The extent of the firm.” 2021. Under review.

“Taking information seriously: A firm-based interpretation of risk factor disclosures.” R&R at the Review of Finance and Accounting.

“The information cost of organization: NLP measures of decision-making capacity.” 2021. Journal of Applied Business Economics, 23(3): 254-274.

“State and religion over time.” 2018. (with M. Coşgel, T. Miceli, and S. Yildrim). Journal of Comparative Economics, 46(1): 20-34.

“Discussions and learning outcomes.” 2015. (with O. Harmon and W. Alpert). International Advances in Economic Research, 20(1): 452-470.