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I am a graduate student in the Strategy, Entrepreneurship, and Technological Change program. I am interested in the strategies of innovative firms and the management of innovation. Currently, I am concentrating on the different strategies firms use when hiring scientists and the dynamics of scientists' work in organizations. My research focuses on firms' strategies in hiring inventors and how this relates to the link between the spread of ideas across firms and scientist employment mobility. I am also working on a project looking at how interdisciplinary science teams form and function.
I received an M.S in Statistics and a B.A. in International Affairs and Economics from George Washington University.