I am a fourth-year economics Ph.D. student at the University of Oregon. I am currently at my dissertation-writing stage and expect to graduate in the spring term of 2021. My dissertation focuses on the implication of expectation formation on the response of inequality in consumption and income to economy-wide shocks and monetary/fiscal policies.
I find it an insightful way to look at the world through models, time-series, and panel data. My research interests broadly include computational macroeconomics, heterogeneous agents, bounded rationality, monetary policy, and forecasting macro variables with machine learning techniques.