PhD Candidate in the Department of Agricultural, Food, and Resource Economics at Michigan State University
MS in Agricultural Economics from Purdue University
BA in Economics from Westfield State University
AAEA Graduate Student Section Past-Chair
Food Supply Chains
Getting food from the farm to your table requires movement through flexible, intricate, interstate systems. I enjoy exploring complexities in value-added agriculture and aspire to improve the reliability, resiliency, and sustainability of our food systems.
We make hundreds of food decisions each day, and what we ultimately choose to eat and drink has implications across the supply chain. I use behavioral economics to better understand consumer demand and examine the implications of food marketing.
Food & Beverage Policy
Ag policy protects consumer health, addresses sustainability concerns, and promotes welfare. But it also imposes costs on various stakeholders. I am interested in the causal effects of food policies on consumer behavior and supply chain development.
Justin S. Morrill Hall of Agriculture
446 W Circle Drive East Lansing, MI 48824