I am a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Political Science at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. I received a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Political Science with a minor in Mathematics from the University of Pennsylvania in May, 2010. My research has been funded by multiple grants at the University of Michigan, the Rackham Merit Fellowship, the National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship, and the Humane Studies Fellowship. One of my papers is forthcoming in Comparative Political Studies.
I study comparative and international political economy (CPE/IPE) with a particular focus on the political economy of international migration. I am broadly interested in the causes and consequences of international migration and migration policies. Most of my projects seek to discover what international migration can reveal about existing theories of political economy including trade, fiscal and monetary policy as well as the politics of natural resources.
For contact information, my e-mail is available in my CV.