Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics
Schaffer Library 203
My primary fields of interests are business cycles, economic growth, macro-finance, monetary policy, central banking, and general equilibrium theory. My recent research covers topics including the causes of business cycles and the drivers of economic growth and technological progress. In another project, I am investigating the mathematical structure of the notion of general equilibrium. This research aims to develop a better understanding of the mathematical structure of the general equilibrium models and then to devise more efficient numerical algorithms in the computation of equilibria.