Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Student in Economics, 2018-Present
As a second-year Economics PhD student, I am studying applied microeconomics, including industrial organization and labor economics. I am also serving as a teaching assistant for ECON 701 and 704, the core microeconomic theory sequence for first-year Economics PhD students.
Prior to coming to Duke, my research focused on economic development in Brazil. I am currently continuing and extending this research. I also did research in philosophy, focusing on political philosophy and applied ethics.
Finally, I currently serve on the Economics Graduate Student Council.
Bachelor of Arts in Economics, Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy
Valedictorian, Summa Cum Laude, High Honors in Philosophy
Davidson College (Davidson, NC, USA) 2014-2018
Fitz, Dylan, and Riley League. “The impact of early-life shocks on adult welfare in Brazil: Questions of measurement and timing.” Economics & Human Biology 37 (May 2020): 100843–100843. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ehb.2019.100843. Full Text