Hello! I am a postdoctoral fellow at Boston University Questrom School of Business and visiting researcher at the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER). I received my PhD in Economics at Harvard University. During my doctoral studies, I was an NBER Aging and Health Fellow and a National Science Foundation Fellow.
I will be joining the Toulouse School of Economics faculty as an Assistant Professor in Fall 2023.
My research studies the optimal design of health care policy, with two main substantive areas: public health insurance systems and pharmaceutical payment policy. I am interested in policy designs that (1) advance health equity, (2) minimize risk for the most disadvantaged individuals, and (3) incentivize socially valuable investments. My work falls at the intersection of health economics and public finance, combining methods from optimal tax theory with traditional cost-effectiveness analysis in health economics.
Primary Field: Health Economics
Secondary Fields: Public Finance, Contract Theory
My CV can be found here.