Assistant Professor in Economics
Welcome to my personal webpage.
My research interests are macroeconomics, especially monetary and fiscal economics. In recent work, I employ search-and-matching theory in quantitative dynamic models to analyze inflation, cyclical productivity, and (optimal) fiscal and monetary policy.
My teaching interests are in advancing quantitative computational macroeconomic education. I am developing a new macroeconomics course that tries to bridge the gap between the bachelor and master level by introducing dynamic computational models in an intuitive and applied way.
Please do not hesitate to contact me if you would like to know more about my work.