Assistant Professor of Business
major field of specialization is labor economics. My research interests include
economics of immigration, gender and minority; demand and supply of labor; wages
and compensation; mobility and unemployment. I am particularly interested in
exploring how English-language proficiency affects foreign-born immigrants’
labor market performance in the United States, especially for female immigrants.
My minor field is industrial organization. Topics of interest include market
structure, firm strategy, and market performance.
Undergraduate courses: Issues in Macroeconomics; Issues in Microeconomics; Intermediate Microeconomic Theory; Women & Economic Development; International Trade; Econometrics; Special Topics in Economics; Senior Seminar Economics
Graduate courses: Managerial Economics; Quantitative Methods