I am a PhD candidate at the Free University of Berlin and a research associate at the German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin). My research is in the area of Macro-Finance and Bayesian Macroeconometrics, with an emphasis on the interaction between aggregate fluctuations and the cross section of heterogeneous market participants.
In my job market paper, I analyse the effectiveness of credit easing policies in stimulating jobs and wages growth in post crisis regimes.
- Macro & Corporate Finance
- Bayesian Econometrics
- Heterogenous Agents Models and Numerical Methods
- Labor and Oil Markets
I am available for interviews at the ASSA in Atlanta as well as the EEA Winter Meeting in Naples for positions starting in 2019.