Andrew is a master’s student in comparative social policy at the University of Oxford. He is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University, where he studied public policy and behavioral economics, and was a research and teaching assistant to Dr. George Loewenstein. At CMU, he worked as a researcher at the BEDR Policy Lab, conducting experiments on topics ranging from confirmation bias in voting beliefs to the efficacy of various incentives for inducing pro-social behavior. Andrew is particularly interested in the behavioral and psychological effects of poverty and inequality, and how folk conceptions of fairness shape attitudes towards these phenomena. His writing has been published and republished at The American Interest, Marginal Revolution, Arts & Letters Daily, Real Clear Policy, and his hometown paper, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.