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I'm a graduate student in economics at Columbia University. My research interests are in macroeconomics, monetary economics, and behavioral economics. In recent works, I have studied expectations formations and their macroeconomic and financial implications.
Here's my CV.
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Optimally Imprecise Memory and Biased Forecasts, November 2022
with Rava Azeredo da Silveira and Michael Woodford
Revise and Resubmit, American Economic Review
The impact of TLTOR2 on the Italian credit market: some econometric evidence, Feb. 2020
with Lucia Esposito and Davide Fantino
Bank of Italy Temi di discussione No. 1264
Work in Progress
Inflation Surprises and Perceived Inflation Risk (with Miguel Acosta)
Optimal Index versus Simple Index for Monetary Policy (with Jae Won Lee)
At Columbia University, I was a teaching assistant for
Money and Banking (2019)
The Psychology and Economics of Consumer Finance (MBA; 2018,2019)
International Trade (2017)
At Seoul National University, I was a teaching assistant for
Advanced Macroeconomics (PhD)
Applied Macroeconomics (PhD)
Principles of Economics
Introductory Statistics for Economists