I'm an Assistant Professor of Economics at Yeshiva University (until August 31, 2016). During Spring 2016 I am on leave and am visiting Yale. During the 2016-2017 academic year, I will be a Senior Lecturer in Economics at Yale. 

My research interests are in macro-labor. I have worked on three broad areas in this field.

First, I have several papers studying search models with firms with decreasing returns to labor. I am interested in the aggregate predictions of random and directed search models with heterogeneous firms for understanding business cycle fluctuations, the dispersion and dynamics of the firm size distribution, and the efficiency of the aggregate labor market.

Second, I am interested in occupational mobility, and its relationship with financial market incompleteness.

Third, I am working on the implications of mismatch models for employment flows and cyclical fluctuations, and on stock-flow matching.