I am an economist at the Bank for International Settlements in the Monetary and Economic Department. I obtained my Ph.D. in economics at University of Zurich in 2019 and my M.Sc. in economics and finance from the Barcelona GSE.
My research analyzes how macroeconomic trends, such as housing booms, population aging, or inequality, affect the financial sector and the real economy. I also focus on the consequences of financial innovation for competition, data privacy, and credit supply.
Geographic diversification and bank lending during crises (2020), with P. Schaz, Journal of Financial Economics, accepted for publication
Credit-Supply Shocks and Firm Productivity in Italy (2018), with M. Raissi and A. Weber, Journal of International Money and Finance, Vol 87, p. 155-171 (direct link)