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About me

I'm an Economist and Monetary Advisor at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. My research interests lie within the intersection of international trade, macroeconomics, and development. And I'm interested in the use of computational tools to answer quantitative questions in these domains.

About my repositories

I use GitHub to post code I'm working on (and learning about), replication materials from selected papers, and past teaching. I also use GitHub and Heroku to operate the website providing live, visual display of international trade data. Below are selected repositories.

🔭 I’m currently learning / working on...


  1. JIE-SW-2014 JIE-SW-2014 Public

    Code to Implement Estimation Routine of JIE, SW(2014)

    MATLAB 5 6

  2. PerlaTonettiWaugh.jl PerlaTonettiWaugh.jl Public

    Forked from jlperla/PerlaTonettiWaugh.jl

    Code and algorithms for "Equilibrium Technology Diffusion, Trade, and Growth" in American Economic Review

    Jupyter Notebook 2 3

  3. welfare-rural-urban-migration welfare-rural-urban-migration Public

    Replication files for Econometrica version of "The Welfare Effects of Encouraging Rural-Urban Migration"

    Jupyter Notebook 6 3

  4. Gravity-Estimation Gravity-Estimation Public

    Estimates parameters of EK(2002) or Waugh(2010) via STATA and computes bilateral trade flows via simmulation

    MATLAB 14 15

  5. consumption_and_tradewar consumption_and_tradewar Public

    Code to reproduce aspects of "The Consumption Response to Trade Shocks: Evidence from the US-China Trade War"

    Jupyter Notebook 24 18

  6. data_bootcamp_spring_2019 data_bootcamp_spring_2019 Public

    Repository for in class material for Data Bootcamp

    Jupyter Notebook 11 17