I am currently a CDS-Moore-Sloan Data Science Fellow at the New York University Center for Data Science. I received my PhD in 2018 from the Department of Government at Harvard University. My research focuses on applied quantitative methodology, with an emphasis on developing methods for reliable causal inference in observational settings and descriptive analysis of network data. Substantively, I study international organizations, the empirical analysis of law, and the governance of global trade and investment. I am particularly interested in dispute settlement between investors and states along with the ways in which multinational firms leverage international legal regimes to influence the behavior of governments.
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