I am a senior economist in the Division of Research and Statistics at the Federal Reserve Board of Governors*, where I am part of the team responsible for administering and disseminating the Survey of Consumer Finances. My research is primarily in the fields of household finance, labor economics, and survey methods, with a current focus on financial sophistication and cognition, and household experiences with debt. I completed my PhD in economics at the University of Michigan and my AB in economics and international relations at Brown University.
A Test of Web and Mail Mode Effects in a Financially Sensitive Survey of Older Americans (with Brooke Helppie-McFall)
Journal of Economic and Social Measurement, forthcoming
Previous version: FEDS Working Paper 2015-008, "Mode Effects in Mixed-Mode Economic Surveys: Insights from a Randomized Experiment"