I am economist and research director at the JPMorgan Chase Institute where I lead research on topics in household finance, including household financial resiliency, student debt, and the effects of climate change on households.

Prior to joining the Insitute, he was a research fellow at Resources for the Future where he studied the economic effects of pollution and environmental gentrification.

I also maintain an econometrics and data utilities package for Python called Econtools.

I graduated with a Ph.D. in Economics from Harvard University and a bachelor's degree in Mathematics and Economics from Brigham Young University.