I study competition in global value chains: how we measure it, how it is shaped by policy, and how it shapes the lives of firms and individuals in emerging economies.
Engaging with policymakers is at the heart of my research. I partner with government agencies and international organizations to ask policy-relevant questions and share the answers I find.Read More
Today’s students should be fluent with data, comfortable with theory, and excellent at communicating. I helped develop and teach a course at the School of Management that promotes these goals through data-driven case studies of real-world economic issues.
The best way to improve our research community is to help it grow larger and more diverse. That’s why I have directed programs that mentor dozens of students each year, both at Yale and abroad.Read More