I am a principal economist in the Division of Financial Stability at the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System in Washington, D.C.

I hold a DPhil in Financial economics from the University of Oxford.
 
Research interests:

Banking

Liquidity Provision in Capital Markets
 
Macro-finance and Macroprudential Regulation

Monetary theory and policy
 
General Equilibrium with Incomplete Asset Markets

Optimal Taxation

Latest research:

NEW "Collateral Runs", with Sebastian Infante. FEDS WP 2018-022

NEW "The Nonbank Credit Cycle", with Esti Kemp, Rene van Stralen, and Peter Wierts

"Optimal Bank Regulation in the Presence of Credit and Run Risk", with Anil Kashyap and Dimitri Tsomocos FEDS WP 2017-097
2nd R&R Journal of Political Economy

"Capital taxation with heterogeneous discounting and collateralized borrowing", with Nina Biljanovska, FEDS WP 2017-53




Where to meet me in the coming months if you are not in DC:


European Economic Association meeting in Cologne, August 2018