I am assistant professor in the School of Public Affairs and Administration at Rutgers University-Newark where I am also co-directing the Center for Experimental and Behavioral Public Administration.

My academic work applies insights from the behavioral sciences to public policy and administration. Substantively, I am interested in citizens’ and bureaucrats’ responses to market-type mechanisms in public service delivery, and social equity in access to public programs and services.

I am founding editor (together with Ken Meier and Gregg Van Ryzin) of the Journal of Behavioral Public Administration, a not-for-profit, open-access journal, and co-chair the EGPA Permanent Study Group XXII on Behavioral Public Administration.