I am a Ph.D. candidate in Economics at Purdue University. My research interests are in labor economics, health economics and international economics. My job market paper looks at customer discrimination against female physicians as an
explanation for physician gender wage gap. My second paper focuses on labor
market outcomes for foreign medical graduates in the US. The
final chapter of my dissertation focuses on the policy impact of H1B visa
regulations on the employment choice of foreign workers in the US.
I am currently teaching a course in intermediate
microeconomics at Purdue University. As a graduate student, I have taught
courses in principles of microeconomics and macroeconomics. I have also been a
teaching assistant for graduate level courses in Money and Banking;
Econometrics; and Managerial Economics. I have four years of
industry experience in the field of policy analysis and project management.
I will be joining Butler University as an Instructor in January 2015.
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