My research interests lie at the intersection of public finance and environmental economics. I enjoy using applied methods to analyze environmental tax policy and its distributional effects. Currently, I am a Graduate Student Researcher working on a supply side analysis of California's Cap and Trade program funded by the California Environmental Protection Agency.
- The labor market consequences of market based environmental regulation: A study of California's Cap and Trade Program.
- Geocoding credit for cap and trade project: Goldberg DW. 2020. Texas A&M University Geoservices. Available online at http://geoservices.tamu.edu . Last accessed April 24, 2020.
I have been a TA in courses throughout the UCSB economics undergraduate curriculum including Intermediate Microeconomics, Introductory Econometrics, Principles of Macroeconomics, and Financial Management. I will be a Teaching Associate of Financial Management for Fall 2019.