I am an applied microeconomist specializing in health and labor economics, having earned my PhD in August of 2021. My dissertation received an honorable mention for APPAM’s 2021 dissertation award, and my work has been published in journals such as Journal of Health Economics, American Journal of Health Economics, and Industrial and Labor Relations Review.
I have written on the policy determinants of vaccine take-up, risky health behaviors, and the implications of immigration enforcement for vulnerable populations.
I will be presenting at the Fall 2021 NBER Health Economics Program Meeting.
Please click here to download my most recent CV: Churchill CV 11-2021