I am an Associate Professor in the Economics Department at Boston College. Previously, I was a Senior Economic Advisor and Economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. My research interests cover the the impact of labor mobility on fiscal and monetary policy, new endogenous productivity, and sovereign default. I am also interested in the formulation and estimation of dynamic general equilibrium models.

New versions of papers on Forecasting and Political Risk are available in the research section.

C++/CUDA codes to solve default models and a minimization routine in Fortran are available in the software section.

Lecture notes on Computational Methods for Economists (with Jesus Fernandez-Villaverde) (link)