PhD, University of Hawaii, 2012
MA, University of Hawaii, 2008
BS, Brigham Young University - Hawaii, 2005
"Increasing Workplace Diversity: Evidence from a Recruiting Experiment at a Fourtune-500 Company" (with Jeffrey Flory, Andreas Leibbrandt, and Christina Rhott). Forthcoming at the Journal of Human Resources.
"On Using Interval Response Data in Experimental Economics" (with James McDonald and Daniel Walton). Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics., 72, 9-16. 2018.
"Effort, Luck, and Voting for Redistribution" (with Lars Lefgren and David Sims). Journal of Public Economics, 143. 2016.
"Run, Jane, Run! Gendered Responses to Political Party Recruitment" (with Jessica Preece). Political Behavior, 38(3), 561-577, 2016.
"Why Women Don't Run: Experimental Evidence on Gender Differences in Competition Aversion" (with Jessica Preece). Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 117, 296-308, 2015.
"Does the Message Matter? A Field Experiment on Political Party Recruitment" (with Jessica Preece). Journal of Experimental Political Science, 2:1-10, 2015.
"Fire-sale DI: Impact of Financial Crises on Foreign Direct Investment" (with Ilan Noy). Review of Development Economics, 19(2), 387-399, 2015.
"An Experimental Study on the Relevance and Scope of Nationality as a Coordination Device" (with A. Leibbrandt). Economic Inquiry, 52(4), 1392-1407, 2014
Research and Professional Experience
I am an Assistant Professor of Economics at Brigham Young Universityand a Research Affiliate of Science of Diversity and Inclusion Initiative. My specialty is behavioral economics with a focus on labormarkets, public economics, and the economics of diversity.