PhD Student
TIES Group

100 Main Street
Cambridge, MA


I am a PhD student at the MIT Sloan School of Mangement. Prior to MIT, I was a Senior Analyst at Cornerstone Research, and received my B.A. in Economics and Government from Cornell University.

My primary research interests are in R&D strategy and the economics of innovation. My work examines knowledge spillovers, the determinants of R&D productivity, and project selection decisions. My dissertation explores how competing firms learn from each others' experiments and failures.