My research interests focus on modeling the macroeconomy, in particular the responses of
the economy to different policy actions, and on economic recoveries. At UT Dallas I teach undergraduate and graduate course in macroeconomics and forecasting.
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PhD - Economics Washington University in St. Louis - 2013
MA - Economics Washington University in St. Louis - 2009
BS - Economics, Mathematics Ohio University - 2007
Macroeconomics, Econometrics, time Series Analysis
Impacts of COVID-19 local spread and Google search trend on the US stock market 2022 - Journal Article
A look at jobless recoveries in G7 countries 2020 - Journal Article
Fast and slow cancellations and trader behavior 2019 - Journal Article
Is Business Cycle Asymmetry Intrinsic in Industrialized Economies? 2019 - Journal Article
U.S. wage growth and nonlinearities: The roles of inflation and unemployment 2018 - Journal Article
TESTING STATIONARITY with UNOBSERVED-COMPONENTS MODELS 2017 - Journal Article
WHAT EXPLAINS the RECENT JOBLESS RECOVERIES? 2017 - Journal Article