Goldman School of Public Policy
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I am a labor economist studying how labor market policies and institutions affect wage inequality, in a global and historical perspective. My PhD dissertation was awarded the W.E. Upjohn Institute Award 2020.
PP249: Statistics for Program Evaluation, Fall 2022
PP200B: Introduction to Policy Analysis, Spring 2021
- Racial Inequality, Minimum Wage Spillovers, and the Informal Sector (with Ellora Derenoncourt, Lorenzo Lagos and François Gérard), working paper, May 2021. [Slides].
- Collective Bargaining, Wage Floors, and the Racial Earnings Gap (with Ellora Derenoncourt, Lorenzo Lagos and François Gérard), working paper, April 2021.
- Minimum Wages and Racial Inequality (with Ellora Derenoncourt), 2021, Quarterly Journal of Economics, 136(1):169-228. [Slides]. [Appendix & data webpage].
- The Pass-Through of Minimum Wages into US Retail Prices: Evidence from Supermarket Scanner Data (with Tobias Renkin and Michael Siegenthaler), September 2020, forthcoming, Review of Economics and Statistics. [Appendix].