I’m an Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Pennsylvania and a member of the Warren Center for Network and Data Sciences. I came to Penn in 2012 after completing my PhD studies with Richard Smith at Cambridge University. Before Cambridge, I earned an MA in economics at UC San Diego, an MSc in statistics at the University of St Andrews and a BA in economics and mathematics at the College of William and Mary. My research interests include econometrics, machine learning, empirical finance, and experimental economics.