Jonathan joined the Carleton Economics Department in 2016. He earned his BS in mathematics at the University of Oregon and his PhD in economics at the University of Pittsburgh. His research focuses on how and why individuals share information with others in economics situations. In 2019, Jonathan co-founded the Liberal Arts College Behavioral and Experimental Economists group. He is a board member of the Minnesota Economics Association and has served as a referee for over a dozen journals in the field.
In addition to Principles of Microeconomics, Jonathan teaches student-favorite courses in behavioral economics, game theory and experimental economics.
Jonathan is a first-generation college graduate, and he especially enjoys mentoring other first-generation students!