I am an Assistant Professor of Strategy at INSEAD Business School.
I research how firms can manage data and algorithms to improve their strategic decision-making, and how these technologies change how firms compete and build competitive advantage. I often leverage field experiments and computational methods to explore these questions, collaborating closely with Fortune 500 companies as well as small tech startups. My research has received funding from the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation and the Foundation for Human Behavior, and has been featured in Bloomberg, the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, Forbes, TIME, and the Harvard Business Review.
I earned my bachelor's and doctoral degrees from Harvard University, and an M.Sc from the University of Oxford and the London School of Economics. Prior to academia, I co-founded and managed an early-stage venture capital fund, and worked at Knewton and McKinsey & Company.