My name is Carl Lieberman. I wear many hats.
I am a graduate student in economics at Princeton University with interests in labor, public, and behavioral economics. I have worked on topics such as the link between bereavement and creativity, alternative work arrangement valuations, and limited attention in the movie market. I completed my undergraduate studies at Brandeis University and have previorsly worked as a senior research specialist in the Industrial Relations Section at Princeton.
From a technical side, just about everything I do runs through Emacs. I do statistical computing in R and Stata, general programming in Java and Python, and write in org and LaTeX. I use GNU/Linux on the desktop, and my preferred distro is openSUSE for its flexibility and engineering.
I watch a lot of baseball. I play the guitar badly. Louis from One Direction once complimented my beard.