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About Me

I am an assistant professor of economics at Chaifetz School of BusinessSaint Louis University.

My primary research and teaching interests center on macroeconomics, monetary economics, and time series, with special emphasis on the econometric modeling and evaluation of macroeconomic policy. One line of my recent work employs formal econometric techniques to examine the empirical implications of the dynamic interactions between U.S. fiscal and monetary policies. Another line develops frequency-domain approaches to solving and estimating dynamic economic models. I also conduct research on evolutionary dynamics with a focus on the evolution of cooperative and altruistic human behavior.

Currently, I am teaching ECON 3120 Intermediate Macroeconomics and ECON 4310 International Economics.

I am also organizing the Chaifetz School research seminar series. The seminar will be held in Cook Hall 234. It begins at 12 pm and ends at 1 pm on Friday. Below is the 2018-2019 schedule.

Spring semester

- Jan. 25th (Xiang Hui, Wash U Marketing)
- Feb. 22nd (Muhammad Islam, Economics)
- Mar. 8th (TBA)
- Mar. 22nd (Ronnie Jia, Information Systems, Illinois State University)
- Mar. 29th (Shobhit Aggarwal, Finance and Accounting, Indian Institute of Management Udaipur)
- Apr. 5th (AKM Mahbub Morshed, Economics, Southern Illinois University Carbondale)
- Apr. 26th (Palash Bera, Operations & IT Management)

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