I am an Associate Professor of Economics (without tenure) at Johns Hopkins University, Carey Business School, an affiliate of the Hopkins Population Center, and the Institute for Data Intensive Engineering and Science.

Curriculum Vitae

I study how social interactions shape individual and aggregate socioeconomic outcomes, using tools from economic theory, econometrics, applied probability and computational methods.

I received a PhD in Economics from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, a Master of Arts in Economics from New York University and a Laurea in Economia Politica from Bocconi University