About me

My research interests are in applied macroeconomics, monetary economics and economic history. 

I am a job market candidate in 2018-19. I will be available for interviews at the ASSA meetings, the European Job Market Meetings, and the Royal Economic Society meetings.

Please visit my personal site for more details.  My Job Market Paper is available here. My CV can be downloaded here.

 

Prior to and during my PhD studies, I gained full-time working experience in monetary policy and banking supervision at Oesterreichische Nationalbank (2011; 2015), Austrian Financial Market Authority (2012), European Central Bank (2013), Magyar Nemzeti Bank (2014) and Bank of England (2017). I also worked as a stipendiary lecturer (career development) in economics at Pembroke College, Oxford University.

My research was recently awarded several prizes: EHA Alexander Gerschenkron Prize (finalist), EHS New Researcher Prize,  Michael Mitterauer Prize (see my CV for other awards and scholarships). 

Paper: Should Monetary Policy Lean Against the Wind? Quasi-experimental Evidence from Federal Reserve Policies in 1920-21

Areas of Expertise: Macroeconomics; Economic history; Monetary economics; Financial economicsDownload Paper