I am a doctoral candidate in Organizations & Management at Yale School of Management. Most of my research explores questions surrounding the careers of small business owners. I study how entry into entrepreneurship affects people's careers, both in terms of remuneration as well as performance, in the United States and India. In other work, I explore how competitive environments influence the choice of organizational partnerships and future innovative performance.
I expect to graduate in 2024. Prior to my graduate studies at Yale, I received my B.Sc. in Business Administration and Sociology from Copenhagen Business School and M.Sc. in Sociology from the University of Oxford.
 ''Expertise, Competitive Overlap, and Partner Choice''
(with Balázs Kovács and Michelle Rogan)
R&R at Administrative Science Quarterly (updated draft coming soon)
 ''Entrepreneurship as the safe option''
(with Olav Sorenson)
Under review (working paper)