My research focuses on the intellectual and political development of American business law, particularly in the areas of tax, antitrust, and corporate governance.
- U.S. Legal/Economic History
- "The Historical Origins of the Debt-Equity Distinction"
Working Dissertation Title:
- "Legal-Economic Policy Development in Twentieth-Century America"
- B.A., University of Rochester, J.D., Columbia Law School
- "Law and Economics Scholarship and Supreme Court Antitrust Jurisprudence, 1950-2010," Lewis & Clark Law Review 21 (forthcoming)
- "The Historical Origins of the Debt-Equity Distinction," Florida Tax Review 18 (2015): 95-152
- American Historical Association
- American Society for Legal History
- Economic History Association
- Social Science History Association
Courses Taught as TA:
- Immigration and Assimilation in American History
- Population Problems
- Eating, Drinking, Gambling, and Sex Beyond the National State
- Sociology of Law