I am a research economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland. My research interests span the economics of networks, financial intermediation, banking and financial stability.
For the 2022/2023 academic year, I was on secondment to the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System in the Division of Financial Stability.
I completed my Ph.D. in the Department of Economics at the European University Institute. Before that, I worked as an economic consultant in the Antitrust and Competition Policy Group at NERA Economic Consulting.
Disclaimer: The views expressed on this website are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland or the Federal Reserve System or its staff.
“Intermediation in Networks”, November 2023. (PDF)
“How Do Banks Respond to Capital Regulation? — The Impact of the Basel III Reforms in the United States” (with Nicholas Fritsch). Working Paper No. 22-11. Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland. April 2022. (link) (PDF)
“Making Friends Meet: Network Formation with Introductions.”. International Journal of Game Theory, May 2023 (link)
“The Impacts of Stricter Merger Legislation on Bank Mergers and Acquisitions: Too-Big-To-Fail and Competition” (with Elena Carletti, Steven Ongena and Giancarlo Spagnolo). Journal of Financial Intermediation 46, April 2021, 100859 (link)
“Convergence of Cultural Traits with Time-Varying Self-Confidence in the Panebianco (2014) Model - A Corrigendum” (with Fabrizio Panebianco and Anja Prummer). Journal of Economic Theory 175, May 2018, e3-e13 (link)
Federal Reserve Publications
“Two Approaches to Predicting the Path of the COVID-19 Pandemic: Is One Better?” (with Ben R. Craig, Tom Phelan and Jared Steinberg). Economic Commentary 2021-10. Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland. April 2021. (link)
“Merger Control in the Banking Sector”. Economic Commentary 2017-10. Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland. August 2017. (link)