Department of Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Technology
To students who may be interested in working with me, or speaking with me for career advice, please read the following information and reach out to me via email. You can also check out samples of my research here, before deciding if I could be useful to your specific needs.
I am an Assistant Professor at the Stockholm School of Economics (SSE), House of Innovation. My research focuses on digital strategy and economics of information systems. Some of my work explores how firms, entrepreneurs, and workers channel technological innovation into business value and productivity gains. Before SSE, I spent a few years as a postdoctoral fellow at Harvard Business School and the National Bureau of Economic Research in the United States. By training, I am a quantitative and applied economist.
My current teaching focuses on quantitative methods broadly applied in information systems, management, and economic research. I specialise in quantitative analyses using observational and archival data, and quasi-experimental methods for causal inference. I also developed a skill to collect large-scale digital trace data from online sources, and I like to keep up on the latest in data management. If you have any ideas or interesting setting to collaborate with, I'm happy to discuss with you.
For survey and lab experiment methods, which are also very useful to measuring quantitatively important variables and testing causal relationships between them, you can reach out to my fantastic colleagues at HOI or other departments at SSE. If you need references, let me know.
To schedule a Zoom or in-person appointment, please email me in advance. For office hours, I am available currently from February 1, 2024 to May 15, 2024. I may post office hours below throughout the semester, if needed.