I am a PhD candidate in Economics at University College London.
I work on quantitative macro models and microdata, including big data from fintech platforms. My dissertation centres on understanding the dynamics of the current inflation shock, its distributional impacts, and its effects on aggregate demand.
I have been a PhD-Trainee in the Directorate General Research of the European Central Bank and also in the Monetary Policy Outlook Division - Strategy Team of the Bank of England.
Prior to joining UCL, I worked as Predoctoral Research Fellow at Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research.
Average welfare impact of the 2021-22 inflation shock as % of biannual disposable income for each age class and nondurable consumption quintiles.
Presentations: ECB DGR, Bank of Italy, Risksbank*, CESifo, JRC Ispra*, CEBRA Annual Meeting (NY FED/Columbia SIPA)*, Banco de Portugal*, EEA-ESEM (Barcelona GSE), Science Po*, Central Bank of Ireland
Net nominal position (nominal assets minus liabilities) as a % of GDP for US domestic Households, Government and the Rest of the World, 1970-2021.
Presentations: UCL, Surrey, ECB, Naples, ECB Macroprudential Analysis Group (MPAG), London Business School, Mannheim
Work in progress
"The Fisher Channel According to HANK: Unexpected Inflation and the Missing Recession" [draft available soon]
Presentations: UCL, Paris School of Economics, Bank of England
"28 Weeks After: The High Frequency Effect of Monetary Policy", with Lennart Brandt, Johannes Fischer, Carl-Wolfram Horn
"Shock propagation and heterogeneous MPCs across industries"
Presentations: UCL, Stanford ECON 234