About

I am a Research Economist at the Bureau of Economic Analysis and an Associate at the Institute of Quantitative Social Science at Harvard University.

My research focuses on technological change and the sources of economic growth. Attention to conceptual and methodological issues around economic measurement is a common theme throughout my work.

Previously, I worked as a researcher for the Program on Technology and Economic Policy directed by Dale Jorgenson within Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, and did economic forecasting for Primark Decision Economics.

I have a BA in Economics from the University of Chicago and a PhD in Economics from Johns Hopkins University.