About Me:   I am an Associate Professor in the Department of Banking and Finance at Monash Business School, and I'm based in the Caulfield Campus in Melbourne, Australia.  

My research, teaching, and policy interest are international economics, macro-finance, and banking. Until June 2015, I was a research economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis and an adjunct lecturer at Washington University in St. Louis.

I am also     - a Research Associate at the Globalization and Monetary Policy Institute of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, 
                    - a Member of the Research Program Committee on Banking at the Australian Center for Financial Studies, and
                    - a Member of the Monash Center for Development and Sustainability
                    - the QTEM Program Academic Coordinator for the Monash Business School
Monash Business School  - Dept. of Banking and Finance 
Caulfield Campus  -  Room H3.89 - Caulfield East - Australia

Resources for my students:
  • BFF5230 Global Financial Markets 2019s1: Teaching allocations are not confirmed as of mid-October 2018 but I'm likely to teach this class next semester. Notice that requisites have changed relative to 2018 and now students must be enrolled in courses B6001 (Master of Applied Economics and Econometrics) or B6003 (Master of Advanced Finance). Please check carefully the requirements and contact the appropriate faculty desk for clarifications. If you are enrolled in Master's degrees other than B6001 or B6003, I can grant you approval to enrol (send me and email and explain, please). You'll then need to attach my reply/email to the enrolment amendment form.
  • BFF5230 is a "topics" course (a) strongly connected to current events and (b) as of 2019 making intense use of data (though we won't be using econometric techniques or software). There are 10 weekly assignments based on current events and in part requiring the ability to work with data, weekly class workshops where class participation will be assessed by an expert tutor, and an individual assignment. 
    Research in progress - with drafts 
    Reading Group

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