Welcome to my website! I am a Postdoctoral Fellow at the NYU Furman Center.

I study topics in public and urban economics, especially how policy decisions past and present impact today's U.S. housing markets.

Scroll below for my latest research, or check out my CV here.

Did Race Fence Off The American City? The Great Migration and the Evolution of Exclusionary Zoning

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I study how the Great Migration caused restrictive suburban zoning using a first-ever national panel of minimum lot size adoption.

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Stimulating Durable Purchases (with Berger, Turner, Zwick)

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We build a heterogeneous agent model that explains when temporary durable subsidies work and work best.

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Housing Segments and Segmented Remodeling

I estimate how sensitive households are to price and leverage when making home remodeling decisions.

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