My research interests are in empirical microeconomics and are quite broad. I enjoy getting my hands dirty by analyzing new datasets, exploring how recent advances in several scientific fields can enrich economic models of human development, using experiments to address issues that are intractable with available field data, and above all, pursuing economic issues that are important in the current economy. My methodological interests currently center on new tools that incorporate heterogeneneity in policy evaluation and exploring how applied econometric tools can be used in conjunction with machine learning algorithms in economic applications. Please follow the links to my research page and CV to learn more about my work.