PhD in Economics, Princeton University, 2006

Research Interests

Public Economics, Labor Economics, Economics of Crime, Applied Econometrics


Public Economics, Applied Econometrics

Selected Works

  • The Race Between Deterrence and Displacement: Theory and Evidence from Bank Robberies, Review of Economics and Statistics (forthcoming) , with Vikram Maheshri
  • Crime is Terribly Revealing: Information Technology and Police Productivity, The Review of Economic Studies, 87(6), 2727-2753
  • Police Disruption and Performance: Evidence from Recurrent Redeployment Within a City, Journal of Public Economics, August 2019, 176, 18-31