- CV (pdf)
- Ph.D. Economics, Washington State University (expected) June 2020
- B.S. Economics, Texas A&M University 2009
- T. Randall Fortenbery, PhD
- Vicki McCraken, PhD
- Robert Rosenman, PhD
- Primary: Applied Econometrics
- Secondary: Industrial Organization, International Trade, International Development
- Western Economic Association International“Forecasting Basis in Eastern Washington Winter Wheat Markets: Testing the Accuracy of Full-and-Limited-Information Structural, ARMA, and ARMAX Time-Series Approaches”Session Title: Mathematical and Quantitative Methods I. Seattle, WA. 2013.
- 2013 NCCC-134 Conference on Commodity Price Analysis, Forecasting, and Market Risk Management“Understanding Public Information: Impacts on Local Markets” St. Louis, MO. 2013.
- Posters Northwest Agribusiness Executive Seminar“Impact of Crop Condition Reports on National and Local Wheat Markets” Stevenson, WA. 2014.
Work in Progress
- Impact of Crop Condition Reports on National and Local Wheat Markets
- Is a Beer in the Bottle Worth Two in the Can? – A Discrete Choice Analysis of Consumer Demand for Craft Beer in Cans and Bottles
- Hedonic Price Estimation for Pacific Northwest Wheat Characteristics
- Research Assistant, Washington State UniversityDr. Randy Fortenbery, Aug 2011 – May 2013, June 2014 – PresentProjects on white winter wheat basis forecasting, wheat futures price analysis, and corn ethanol structural equation modelling.
- Research Assistant, Thomas Roney LLC, Economic Consulting (Fort Worth, TX)Thomas Roney, January 2010 – August 2010“Estimating Duration of Economic Damages in Wrongful Termination Cases: Recent Literature on Duration and Magnitude of Earnings Losses from Job Loss” Journal of Legal Economics. 2012. 18(2): pp. 107–127.Conducted literature review and contributed to early drafts.
- Instructor School of Economic Sciences, Washington State University EconS 101 – Fundamentals of Microeconomics Summer, Fall 2013 and Spring
- Teaching AssistantSchool of Economic Sciences, Washington State UniversityEconS 302 – Intermediate Macroeconomics EconS 491 – Advanced Topics in Economics: Game Theory Spring 2011
- EconS 101 – Fundamentals of Microeconomics Fall 2010
- Guest LecturerSchool of Economic Sciences, Washington State UniversityEconS 101 – Fundamentals of Microeconomics Math 105 – Exploring Mathematics Fall 2014
Leadership and Service
- President School of Economic Sciences Graduate Student Association June 2012 – May 2013
- Secretary School of Economic Sciences Graduate Student Association June 2011 – May 2012
- Programming (Advanced): STATA, Mathematica
- Programming (Proficient): R, Matlab, Octave, Python
- English (fluent)
- Spanish (basic proficiency)
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School of Economic Sciences
Washington State University
Pullman, WA 99164-6210