My cryptocurrency research focuses on their use and implication as a globally traded alternative to national currencies or assets. This incorporates topics such as exchange rates, capital controls, and the global financial and monetary system. I have been interviewed by various media outlets, including NPR, and have given both academic and non-academic talks. I maintain an active Twitter account where I discuss current academic research (usually economics research cryptocurrency/DLT).
I have taught specialized courses in international trade and international macroeconomics, in addition to both calculus and non-calculus based microeconomics and macroeconomics receiving multiple teaching awards. Several of my undergraduate students have presented the results of their supervised research at undergraduate conferences.