I am an economist in the Financial Intermediation Function at the New York Fed. I study the transmission of monetary policy and macroprudential regulation on credit supply, financial stability, and macro outcomes as well as the role of supply chains in the propagation of shocks. Before joining the New York Fed, I was an Assistant Professor of Finance at Michigan Ross.
My papers have been published in the Journal of Financial Economics and the Journal of Monetary Economics and were awarded the ECB Young Economist Award and the Macro Financial Modeling Group Fellowship. I obtained a Ph.D. Finance from NYU Stern with previous degrees at Bocconi and LSE.