Research

I am a mathematical social scientist working in the intersection of economics, social work and computer science. My research focuses on the behavioral “supply chain” of public/social service provision: determinants of voluntary contributions, design of mechanisms, and models of behavior of the very low income.

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PROSOCIAL BEHAVIOR

Economics and political science experiments on voluntary contributions in the field and lab.

ECON + SOCIAL WORK

Field experiments and surveys with the working homeless, former inmates, and minimum wage workers in the United States.

ECON + CS
Design of mechanisms for practical use and privacy-preserving prediction.