I received my PhD from Stanford University. I am an economist with interests in energy and sustainability issues, digitization, innovation and technology, industrial organization, and behavioral economics. Methodologically, my expertise is in structural econometric modeling, Big Data econometrics, and evaluating digital technologies with large-scale field experiments. I am particularly interested in research projects where data, technologies, behaviors, and energy policies all come into play. Prior to joining GEM, I worked at ETH Zürich, the University of Maryland (AREC), Resources for the Future, and Natural Resources Canada.