I am an Applied Microeconomist and my main field of research being Industrial Organization. Within the Industrial Organization field, I am particularly interested in Nonlinear Pricing, Price Discrimination and Demand Learning. My secondary research interests are Market Structure, Structural Econometrics and Environmental Economics.

In my job market paper, I am currently studying how firms use product characteristics, packaging size leading to nonlinear price schedules in particular, as a tool to price discriminate within the fluid milk industry. 

Job market Paper – Nonlinear Pricing: Evidence of Price Discrimination in the Fluid Milk Market: SSRN Link and Current Draft.

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