I am an environmental economics researcher studying climate, and air pollution policies. I am a S.V. Ciriacy-Wantrup Postdoctoral Fellow at UC Berkeley, and I will be joining the University of Ottawa’s Department of Economics, and the Institute of the Environment as an Assistant Professor.

I study the efficiency, effectiveness, and equity consequences of environmental policies to cut global and local air pollutants. Ongoing projects examine the allocative efficiency changes of air pollution cap-and-trade markets, the effectiveness of carbon tariffs in reducing carbon leakage, and the air pollution and health effects of decarbonization pathways in the oil and gas sector.

I formerly worked as a researcher for think-tanks and University-based policy research institutes in Canada. I thrive to generate rigorous yet policy-relevant research. My work has been cited by the Bank of Canada, Environment and Climate Change Canada, in the Supreme Court of Canada, the California EPA, and the OECD.