Welcome to my webpage!
I am an aspiring academic economist currently undertaking a PhD at London Business School. My research interests are in macroeconomics and macro-finance, with a focus on climate change and inequality. My work seeks to advance two core research agendas. The first concerns the role of energy and climate change for financial and macroeconomic fluctuations. The second is to understand how economic inequality and household finance matter for the macroeconomy and macroeconomic policy. My research highlights that climate change and inequality also have important implications for the business cycle, above and beyond the significant long-run effects.
For the fall semester 2021, I visited the Department of Economics at the University of Chicago.
I am on the academic job market 2021-2022 and available for interviews. You can find my job market paper and my CV here:
Our paper Capital and Income Inequality: an Aggregate-Demand Complementarity (joint with Florin Bilbiie and Paolo Surico) has been accepted at the Journal of Monetary Economics
At this years' ECB Forum, I was awarded the Young Economists' Prize for my job market paper The unequal economic consequences of carbon pricing
The macroeconomic effects of oil supply news: Evidence from OPEC announcements has been published in the April 2021 issue of the American Economic Review
London Business School
London NW1 4SA, UK