Bio

I’m a PhD candidate in economics at Vanderbilt University. I study inter-firm networks and their impact on economic growth through firm productivity and international trade.

Fields of Specialization: Industrial Organization, International Trade, Networks

Working Papers

Production Function Estimation in the Presence of Spillovers [JMP]

I propose a procedure to jointly estimate productivity and spillovers.

Spillovers from Exporters and Multinationals through the Network of US Firms

I estimate productivity spillovers from exporters and multinationals to US firms.

Teaching

Instructor, Vanderbilt University
Strategic Analysis, Summer 2019

Teaching Assitant, Vanderbilt University
Principles of Macroeconomics, Spring 2020
Principles of Microeconomics, Fall 2019, Spring 2020
Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory, Fall 2018
Field Experience in Economic Development, Summer 2018, Spring 2019
Project Evaluation, Spring 2018
Seminar in Research on Economic Development, Fall 2017, Fall 2018
Strategic Analysis, Spring 2017
International Trade, Fall 2016

Media

Shock Value Column

My column examines the impact of government policy on the Nigerian economy.

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