Graduate Student



Office Number: Alumni Hall 410A

Areas of Interest: economic anthropology, self employment, anthropology of work, identity formation, social change, economic agency

Education: Hartwick College, BA 2014 – Anthropology and Economics


“Behavioral responses to tax incentives among small business taxpayers: an analysis of sole proprietor capital spending, 2000 2010,” Best Paper, Annual Undergraduate Research Competition, Eastern Economic Association Annual Conference, Boston, MA, March 7, 2014

“A ‘savage’ by any other name: anthropological inaccuracies in the writings of Adam Smith,” Undergraduate Paper Competition, New York State Economics Association, 66th Annual Conference, Farmingdale State Collge, Farmingdale, NY, October 5, 2013

“Microbusinesses in the 21st Century,” Keynote Address, Escala Mikro — IV Congreso Garapen, Basque Association of Economic Development Agencies, Bilbao, Spain, February 2007

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