DPhil Candidate in Economics, Department of Economics, University of Oxford
Primary Fields: Macroeconomic Theory, Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium (DSGE) Modeling
Secondary Fields: Endogenous Growth, Industrial Organization and Competition Structure, Macro-econometrics
Working papers: Available here
I am now a lecturer in Economics at the University of Surrey, after having studied for my doctorate in the Department of Economics, of the University of Oxford, where I was also a stipendiary lecturer at Trinity College. I previously obtained an MPhil in Economics and a BA in Mathematics and Philosophy from Oxford.
My research focuses on theoretical macroeconomics, including work on the links between the business cycle and long run growth, equilibrium selection and learning, and the simulation of macroeconomic models with inequality constraints.