I am an experimental economist working in finance. My research is centered on field experiments in household and corporate finance and extends to macroeconomics and behavioral economics.
My representative contributions involve collaborations with financial institutions to implement large-scale randomized control trials.
My work in household finance replicates government policy programs to better understand how households respond (e.g., consume and default) to such programs. My work in corporate finance focuses on and aims to understand better the nature of frictions that prevent efficient use of resources by firms, whether this relates to capital budgeting decisions or product pricing.
London School of Economics
M.Sc., Finance and Economics