I am an Associate Professor in the Vancouver School of Economics at the University of British Columbia.
My research interest is in international macroeconomics, financial economics, and information economics with a particular focus on the role of coordination failures and financial frictions.
I obtained my PhD in 2014 from New York University and my undergraduate degree in economics from the London School of Economics and Political Science.
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Uncovering Biases in Information Choice and Its Use: The Role of Strategic Uncertainty (with Isabel Trevino) [paper]
Information Acquisition and Self-Selection in Coordination Games (with Isabel Trevino) [paper]
Debt Overhang and Liquidity Risk [paper]
WORK IN PROGRESS
Sequential Learning and Coordination (with Xiaoye Liao)
Trade Credit and International Trade: The Role of Long-Term Relationships (with David Kohn, Emiliano Luttini, and Shengxing Zhang)
Liquidity Support During Sovereign Debt Crises: The Role of Interest Rate
Information, Trading, and Financial Sector Profits (with Jesse Perla and Shengxing Zhang)