I am a doctoral candidate at the Department of Political Science, University of Chicago. I study International Relations focusing on International Political Economy (IPE) and American foreign policy. My primary research interest is bureaucratic politics in trade. In my dissertation, I examine when and how domestic and international bureaucrats shape trade adjustments and trade negotiations.
In Winter 2020, I teach undergraduate Formal Theory II (Game Theory I) as a graduate student lecturer. My detailed CV is available at here.
You can email me through firstname.lastname@example.org.