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I am an economist interested in empirical analysis and research. I have more than ten years of experience analyzing large scale longitudinal company level databases, with the aim to better understand businesses, to complement macroeconomic analysis and to formulate policy advice

I have been working at the OECD, in Paris, since 2011, currently in its Economics Department. My previous work experience includes the research departments of the International Monetary Fund and the Central Bank of Hungary. 

I have PhD and MPhil degrees in Economics from the Tinbergen Institute (Amsterdam, the Netherlands) and an MSc in Economics from Corvinus University (Budapest, Hungary).

For details, please see my CV or LinkedIn site.

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Productivity, labor- and capital market frictions at the firm, sector and macroeconomic level


SELECTED PUBLICATIONS, RESEARCH AND POLICY PAPERS

Productivity, innovation

Capital, financial constraints

Structural reforms and policy reports
  • The Quantification of Structural Reform in the OECD: A New Framework (with Balázs Égert)
    OECD Economic Studies, forthcoming and
    CESifo Working PaperNo. 6420