I am an economist at the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, in the Monetary Studies Section of the Monetary Affairs Division.
I primarily work on monetary economics with a secondary field in Bayesian econometric methods. My research investigates the interactions between the conduct of monetary policy and the formation of expectations. I focus on the relevance of these relationships for business cycles fluctuations and long-run economic outcomes, and I develop new methods to study how expectations formed by households, firms and public institutions about economic conditions constitute fundamental drivers of the economy.
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