Welcome to my website. I’m a macroeconomist and my work lies at the intersection of deep learning and macroeconometric modeling. I think a lot about the limitations and improvements to dynamic macro models, including how machine learning and causal inference can help. While I think a lot about how current DSGE and HANK models can be improved, I also am interested in using applied research in deep/machine learning.
If interested, here is my CV.
A couple of interests outside of economic research:
We show that adding countries as a panel dimension to macroeconomic data can statistically significantly improve external validity of structural and reduced form models, as well as allow machine learning methods to outperform these and other macroeconomic forecasting models.