I am an economist with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's Office of Administrative Litigation. I also teach microeconomics at Temple University. My PhD is from the University of Rochester where I studied the political economy of conflict, adversarial bargaining, econometrics, and formal theory. My research applies both game theory and causal inference techniques to identify drivers of conflict, such as the uncertainty precipitated by technological changes. Prior to obtaining my PhD, I worked for six years as a data scientist. A copy of my one page resume is available here. My CV is available here.