I am a PhD candidate in the Department of Government at Harvard University. My research focuses on the political economy of international organizations and applied quantitative methods. My dissertation examines how attitudinal and strategic factors influence the behavior of arbitrators in international investor-state dispute tribunals. I also work on developing new approaches to estimating causal effects in observational settings. My recent projects consider how to adjust for post-treatment attrition in both experimental and observational designs and how to semi-parametrically estimate treatment effects in difference-in-differences settings with varying treatment times.