Middle tone version 2I’m a philosopher and economist, often working at the intersection of these fields.   I’m currently Visiting Professor at Georgetown University, spending time with exciting researchers and wonderful people and living near our extended (large and loud) family (which makes this guy especially great)

I’ve written on topics ranging from immigration, animal ethics, philosophy of economics, and disability. Among other places, my articles on these topics are forthcoming or have appeared in:  Ethics, Australasian Journal of Philosophy,  Analysis,  Politics, Philosophy and Economics, British Journal of the History of Philosophy, Georgetown Journal of Law and Public Policy, Public Affairs Quarterly, and Journal of Applied Philosophy.  

My book explores the ethics (and some economics) of immigration by examining whether a state’s members have “antidiscrimination” duties to those outside their state and what this means for selecting new members (Immigration and Discrimination, forthcoming with Oxford University Press (UK)). I’m also editing a book on the ethics and economics of immigration for Routledge (expected late 2023). I’ve written publicly in a variety of venues and have been quoted or appeared in media such as the Hill and CNN’s financial and business network. 

Recent and upcoming talks and interviews include:

Email: sa1580@georgetown.edu