Michigan State University
Empirical Micro Economics
My current research aims at improving the methods available to analyze panel data (data for a cross-section of observations followed over time). I am particularly interested in the estimation of dynamic models of panel data, i.e. models that account for the presence of feedback between dependent variables and explanatory variables.
I also have research interests in empirical microeconomics, in particular in the economics of education and the economics of technology adoption in developing countries.