I am a CAMSE Postdoctoral Scholar in the Department of Economics at UC Berkeley. My research is in microeconomic theory, with a focus on market design and robustness.

I graduated from Princeton University with a Ph.D. in Economics in May 2023.


Centralized Matching with Incomplete Information, 2022, with Marcelo A. Fernandez and Leeat Yariv, American Economic Review: Insights, Volume 4(1), 18-33.

Working Papers

Fragile Stable Matchings.
Dominance Solvability in Random Games, with Noga Alon and Leeat Yariv.
Decentralized Foundation for Stability of Supply Chain Networks.

Work in Progress

Fragile Stable Supply Chain Networks.
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