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 Financial Stability  

Monetary theory and policy
 
General Equilibrium with Incomplete Asset Markets

Optimal Taxation

Latest research:

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


NEW "Private and Public Liquidity in OTC markets", with David Arseneau and David Rappoport, FEDS working paper 2017-033

"How does macroprudential regulation change bank credit supply?", (with A.K Kashyap and D.P. Tsomocos), NBER Working Paper No. 20165 (Online Appendix - Presentation Slides)


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

-Presenting "Capital taxation with heterogeneous discounting and collateralized borrowing" at the EEA-ESEM meetings, Portugal, August 21-25, 2017
-Discussing "Markets, Banks and Shadow Banks" by David Martinez-Miera and Rafael Repullo at the RTF conference, Basel, September 6-7, 2017