I'm an economist working at the intersection of applied econometrics, energy and environmental economics, and industrial organization. My recent research blends causal inference and machine learning to study the impact of carbon markets on individuals, firms, and the environment. 

I'm also a visiting researcher at the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab, developing strategies to economize on the environmental impact of deep learning as part of the FutureTech Project, an interdisciplinary research group that studies the future of computing.