I am a Macroeconomist and Assistant Professor of Economics at Drew University in Madison New Jersey, USA.
My research focuses on exploring how expectations about macroeconomic and financial conditions are formed - the Expectation Formation Process (EFP).
A Fulbright Scholar, I earned my Ph.D. in International Economics and Finance from Brandeis University.
As a CFA Charterholder, I have over seven years of experience in asset management.
I love teaching and have extensive experience at both the graduate and undergrad levels. At Drew, I am teaching Intermediate Macro. and Money and Banking this Fall 2023.
Join me for an insightful journey in research and learning, as I uncover more about the Expectation Formation Process.