I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics at the University of Toronto. I have a joint PhD in Economics and Finance from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
My primary research agenda examines various frictions associated with intangible assets and how they shape firm dynamics and economic aggregates. Recent applications include studies on the interaction of inter-firm patent litigation activity and aggregate innovation, public CEO compensation, firm cash holdings and IPO decisions. Other on-going research includes work on interbank markets, monetary policy implementation and frictions in housing markets.
My CV is available here and details on my research can be found here.
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