I am Assistant Professor in the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs (GSPIA) at the University of Pittsburgh. Trained as a political scientist with specializations in international relations, international political economy and international organizations, my research examines how countries cooperate on issues of financial regulation and trade, and how international organizations affect countries' economic policy choices. Such work is forthcoming in International Organization and Journal of Politics.
I joined GSPIA in the Fall 2014 semester following completion of doctoral studies in the Department of Politics at Princeton University. I hold a BA in political science and an MBA in finance, both from the University of Rochester (meliora!), and previously worked as an internal consultant for two Fortune 1000 companies.