Welcome to my website
I am Assistant Professor of Macro-Finance in Durham University Business School, at Durham University. I am a member of the American Economic Association, the American Finance Association, the Econometric Society, the European Economic Association, the European Finance Association, the Royal Economic Society, the Euro Area Business Cycle Network, the International Network for Economic Research, and the Central Bank Research Association.
monetary theory and policy; fiscal theory and policy;
sovereign debt; business cycles.
macroprudential policy and systemic risk; bank lending, credit channel and credit cycles; shadow banking; household financing.
Empirical and Behavioral Finance:
topics in currencies, commodities, bonds, and the financial markets.
Mill Hill Lane
Durham University Business School
DH1 3LB, Durham, U.K.
April 2020. The International Banker magazine covered a column with an analysis of the paper "Reaching for Yield and the Diabolic Loop in a Monetary Union".
January 2020. New draft available for the paper "Forward Guidance and Corporate Lending", subsumes "Forward Guidance and the Risk-Taking Channel".
December 2019. Columbia University, and more precisely "The Columbia Law School's Blog on Corporations and Financial Markets" covered a column with an analysis of the paper "Reaching for Yield and the Diabolic Loop in a Monetary Union".
October 2019. The 2019 Macro-Finance Workshop takes place in Durham University Business School with Shengxing Zhang (LSE), Joel Shapiro (Saïd Business School), and Alex Michaelides (Imperial College London). The full program is also available here.
September 2019. The paper "Forward Guidance and the Risk-Taking Channel" was presented in the 2nd Endless Summer Conference in Financial Intermediation and Corporate Finance.