PhD, University of Connecticut (Economics)
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.
- Industrial Organization
- Theory of the Firm
- Law and Economics
“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.