About

I am an Accounting Ph.D. candidate at MIT Sloan School of Management on the 2018-2019 Accounting job market.

I am interested in the economic consequences of corporate disclosure. My research investigates how traditional and non-traditional forms of corporate disclosure affect capital market and real outcomes. Relatedly, my job market paper examines the impact of mandating firms to disclose patent information on innovation and other related economic outcomes.

I graduated from Columbia University with a B.S. degree in Applied Mathematics and Economics and an M.S. degree in Applied Mathematics.