Teaching philosophy

The ability to apply theories learnt in the classroom to understand real world phenomena allows us to identify problems and design workable solutions. This I believe, are important skills that a professor can impart to her students. I design my classes with three specific goals: I help students a) master theory and empirical tools, b) understand the merits and limits of theories and the tools, and c) apply the appropriate tools in gaining insight to real world phenomena. 


Assistant Professor – Department of Community Development and Applied Economics, University of Vermont, Burlington, 2023 - onwards

Undergraduate: US Food Policy and Politics   

Assistant Professor – Department of Economics, University of Nevada, Reno, 2020 - 2023

Undergraduate: Health Economics,  Principles of Statistics II, Intermediate Macroeconomics, International Trade  

Graduate:  Applied Econometrics


seminars & conferences

Electronic Health Economics Colloquium (EHEC)

Online Agricultural and Resource Economics Seminar (OARES)

Virtual Development Economic Seminar Series (VDEV)

Find others that you like - AEA Online Seminars

Keep track of submission dates - Economics conferences - Anne Burton & Barton Willage

Undergraduate research opportunities - Conferences, Internships & Publications (AEA)

Diversifying Economic Seminars - Speakers List


early career development

Careers outside academia - CSWEP Career Development Seminar

Ask the Editors - OARES

Fireside chat with Editors - CSWEP Career Development Seminar

Networking - by Jess Hoel


research resources

Grants for economics graduate students - Anne Byrne

Intuition behind econometric methods - Marc Bellemare

Guide to write a referee report

Free Data

International health data resources - Sebastian Tello

All things India - Paul Novosad

Geospatial Data Repository (Global Climate Data) - Leah Bevis

District level agricultural, food and climate data, India - TCI & ICRISAT