I am the Innovation Policy and the Economy (IPE) Fellow at the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER).
My research is on technology strategy, innovation, and entrepreneurship. More specifically, I focus on the sources and commercialization mechanisms of innovation, and how technology strategy is formed at established firms in the face of competition from start-ups, including the role of innovation on corporate restructuring activities (M&As and IPOs).
Prior to academia, I worked as a consultant on various issues, including analysis of market power and price manipulation, organization of energy auctions, and bidding strategies in high stake telecom auctions. I hold a Ph.D. in Strategy from Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, and dual BS degree in Economics and Mathematics from MIT.