Economist researching poverty, inequality and public policy issues at the Mayor's Office for Economic Opportunity, New York City. My primary interest and expertise is in analyzing trends in inequality and poverty, especially along racial/gender/ethnic lines. Prior to joining the Mayor's Office I worked as an economist with the City's Independent Budget Office where my research areas included Business Income Taxes, local employment and labor market trends and Personal Income Taxes. I have a Ph.D. in Economics from Brown University.
Ph.D. in Economics from Brown University (2010)
A.M. in Economics from Brown University (2004)
M.S. in Quantitative Economics from Indian Statistical Institute (2003).
American Economic Association
Public Finance & Fiscal Mgmt