Welcome to my digital home. I am the Mary S. and Richard B. Inman, Jr. Professor in the School of Economics at Georgia Institute of Technology. I received my PhD and MA in economics from Rutgers University, and my BSc in economics from Texas Christian University. I spent four years at Louisiana State University prior to coming to Georgia Tech in 2007. My research in international trade is focused on the issue of duration of trade and the effects of credit constraints, trade and environmental agreements, and antidumping. My research in behavioral economics focuses on understanding decision making in the presence of many options. I am the director of the Forum for Research in Empirical International Trade. I am an associate editor of the Southern Economic Journal and an Editorial Board member of The International of International Trade and Economic Development. Along with Anson Soderbery I co-organize the Empirical Trade Online Seminar.