MSc in Quantitative Economic History from the London School of Economics (2020)
BAs in Economics and History from the University of Chicago (2017)
I am originally from St. Louis, Missouri, USA and am now living in Islington, England, UK while pursuing an Economics PhD at LBS. Previously I obtained an MSc from the Economic History department at LSE and BAs in economics and history from the University of Chicago. Between LSE and Chicago I was a consultant specialising in retail financial services with a boutique strategy firm based in New York City. My research interests pertain to applied microeconomics, specifically decision making in excess-information circumstances and information demand elasticity. Personal interests include hockey analytics and walking around London with my dog, Benedict Corgibatch.