I am a Ph.D candidate in economics at American University. I am on the job market and will be available for interviews at the 2019 ASSA meeting in Atlanta, GA.
My research interests include Applied Macroeconomics, Monetary Economics, and Time Series Econometrics. My dissertation "Inattention, Uncertainty, and Macroeconomic Dynamics" focuses on the expectation formation process and its interaction with macroeconomic dynamics and policy shocks.
My CV is available here.
 Inattention and the Effects of Monetary Policy, (Job Market Paper). [Data available upon request]
 Inattention, Disagreement, and Accuracy: New Evidence from Individual Forecasters. [Draft coming soon]
 Inattention in the G7 Countries: Transmission and Policy Implications.
 Improving Youth Labor Market Outcomes in Emerging Market and Developing Economies (with JaeBin Ahn, John Bluedorn, Gabriele Ciminelli, Zsoka Koczan, Davide Malacrino, Daniela Muhaj, and Patricia Neidlinger), IMF Staff Discussion Note 19/02, January 2019. Technical Appendices.
 Does Growth Create Jobs? Evidence for Advanced and Developing Economies, (with Nathalie Gonzalez Prieto, Prakash Loungani and Saurabh Mishra), IMF Research Bulletin, September 2016
 International Jobs Report, (with Prakash Loungani), OCP Policy Center, semiannual report.