I am a third year PhD student in Political Science at Stony Brook University and a member of the Center for Behavioral Political Economy.
I am primarily interested in responses to climate change. I study both public opinion and the behavioral political economy of individual risk and mitigation preferences related to climate change, using both experimental evidence and formal modeling. I am also more generally interested in risk preferences, the public understanding of science, and collective action problems.
My background is in both psychology and political science, and I received my bachelor’s degree from the University of Portland in Portland, Oregon.
You can view my CV here.
You can view my most recent publication, “High-risk high-reward investments to mitigate climate change,” published in Nature Climate Change with Andrew W. Delton and Reuben Kline, here. You can also read a short blog post we wrote about the implications of the project here.