I am a PhD candidate in economics at the University of California, Irvine. My research interests are in Monetary Economics and Behavioral Macroeconomics. My current work focuses on how economic sentiments interact with fiscal policy in a currency union.
A summary of my most recent working paper can be accessed at: Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.
I am also a teaching assistant at the Economics department at UCI. I will be on the job market in Fall 2022.
Fiscal Policy and Sentiments in a Monetary Union.
Unconventional Monetary Policy and Consumption.
Work in Progress
Understanding the Effects of Sentiments in a Monetary Union.
Do Weather Extremes Make Inflation Harder to Forecast?
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Last Updated: 10th December 2021