I am a PhD in Economics Candidate, at the University of California, Irvine.
My research fields are Macroeconomics, Monetary and International Economics, and Time Series Econometrics. I do both theoretical and empirical work using state-of-the-art econometrics techniques that I code on my own to bring the models to the data in a rigorous way.
In my research, I address a variety of questions and show: how distributional imbalances influence the swings in household debt; that automation matters for the recent tumble of the U.S. labor’s share of income; how the wage structure in the southern European economies influences unemployment; that the European unification toned down expectational misalignments in an asymmetric way.
I will be available for interviews at the ASSA 2019 meeting on Jan 4-6 in Atlanta, GA, at the EEA/ES 2018 winter meeting on Dec 6-7 in Naples, Italy, and at the SAEe 2018 meeting on Dec 13-15 in Madrid, Spain.
Your contact is welcome at:
(1) firstname.lastname@example.org ,
(2) email@example.com ,
(3) Department of Economics, 3151 Social Science Plaza,
University of California, Irvine, CA 92697-5100, USA