Robin is a doctoral student in the Woodrow Wilson School focusing on political economy. She graduated with bachelor’s degrees in math and economics from the University of Maryland in 2007. At Princeton, she has completed the Political Economy general examination as well as the Formal and Quantitative Methods exam. Her secondary fields are game theory and comparative politics. Robin is studying the effects of mobility on government policies such as taxation and redistribution in a setting with multiple layers of government. Her research focuses on the role of mobility in relation to income inequality.