PhD Candidate at London Business School

I am a PhD Candidate in Economics at London Business School. My research area is Macroeconomics and Macro-Finance. My research focuses on exploring the transmission channels of macroeconomic shocks. In my first line of research, I show how the structure of debt markets is crucial to understand many macroeconomic phenomena and, in the second line, I highlight the role of consumption heterogeneity in amplifying the transmission of shocks.

During the 2021 fall semester, I visited the Economics Department and the Clausen Center at UC Berkeley.

I am available for interviews at the European and American 2021/22 academic job market.

The next conference presentations of my job market paper will be at the Bank of England Agenda for Research (BEAR) Conference on February 24/25 in London.

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