I am an applied economist focused on the distribution of income between individuals as well as between groups. My dissertation looked at the distributional features of income data. I have also studied the evolution of inequality in the US, the impact of fiscal policy on the distribution of income in Europe, and the health consequence of income inequality.
Ph.D. in Economics, New School for Social Research (New York, NY)
"Changes in the Profile of Inequality across Europe since 2005: Austerity & Redistribution" with Stephen Kinsella and Antoine Godin in European Journal of Economics and Economic Policies: Intervention 13:3, 2016.
"Is inequality deadly and for whom? A Bayesian Model Averaging Analysis" with Yavuz Yaşar in The Social Science Journal 53:3, 2016.
"Revisiting the thermal and superthermal two-class distribution of incomes: a critical perspective" in European Physical Journal B 88:1, 2015.
"Evidence for Multiple Labor Market Segments: An Entropic Analysis of US Earned Income, 1996-2007" in Journal of Income Distribution 22:2, 2013.
"Illustrating the implications of how inequality is measured: decomposing earnings inequality by race and gender" in Journal of Labor Research 34:4, 2013.
"What gradient? A BMA approach to untangling income, inequality, and mortality"
"MLE for Parametric Distributions fit to Censored Data containing Tail Means"
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