My research is focused on understanding economic behavior in dynamic social and economic networks. I develop tools to identify the driving forces behind the evolution of social interaction, and apply them to real data to study the subsequent impact of endogenous social structure on economic processes — market transactions, learning, opinion exchange, trading in influence, and collective action — that are set in these complex environments.
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PhD in Economics, 2022
Dissertation: Economic behavior in dynamic networks Committee: Luke Boosey (co-chair), Matthew Gentry (co-chair), R. Mark Isaac, Cynthia Fan Yang, Anke Meyer-Baese
MSc in Computational Science, 2022
Thesis: Optimal control for networked moments Committee: Anke Meyer-Baese (chair), Max Gunzburger, Paul Beaumont
MSc in Economics, 2018
BA in Mathematics, 2016
BSc in Economics, 2016
Florida State University