Applied (Bayesian) Macroeconometrics
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I am a senior economist at the Federal Reserve Board, where I work on policy analysis and longer-term research on the interaction between financial market conditions and economic activity. In particular, my most recent research focuses on quantifying and understanding macro-financial linkages in the context of macroeconomic risk. Previously, I analyzed and projected equipment and intangibles investment for the staff forecast in the Household and Business Spending Section of the Division of Research&Statistics.
I obtained my Ph.D. from the European University Institute. During my graduate studies I visited the University of Chicago and interned at Norges Bank and the European Central Bank. I co-taught classes on advanced modeling and macroeconometric methods to economists in academia, central banks, governmental institutions and the private sector. I developed and contributed to statistical toolboxes for macroeconomic forecasting (F.I.T.) and the assessment of quantitative business cycle models (BCAppIt!).
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