A photograph of the author of the blog.I am a Masters in International Economics and Finance student at Johns Hopkins SAIS with keen interests in international development (especially program design and evaluation), phonology (especially prosody), collegiate a cappella, and contemporary social justice movements. My most recent position was as an associate economist at Moody’s Analytics, where I worked after graduating from Haverford College with a double major in Economics and Linguistics.

Over the past four years, I have conducted independent research for Moody’s in West Chester, Pennsylvania; in Mexico City, Mexico; in Bihar, India under the auspices of the World Bank; and at the Millennium Challenge Corporation in Washington, DC.

Check out my contributions on The Dismal Scientist, the Moody’s economic analysis website, learn more about my work and experiences in Bihar, explore my recent research, or download my CV.

Read my latest blog posts here.

You can contact me using this page.


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