Assistant Professor
University of Notre Dame

I am the newest member of the Economics Department at the University of Notre Dame and graduate of the University of Maryland, College Park, doing research on mechanism design, matching and auction theory, and industrial organization. My recent research focuses on how intermediaries deal with markets where the participants have private information: For example, a headhunter trying to connect talented workers with firms seeking executives, or a financial broker channeling money from investors to cash-poor firms with risky investment opportunities. I teach a graduate class on microeconomic theory, and undergraduate courses on game theory and microeconomics.