I'm a Ph.D. candidate at the Department of Economics, University of Calgary. I expect to graduate in 2020 and will be joining the UBC Okanagan this September.
My fields of interest are Macroeconometrics, Monetary Economics, Financial Economics, and Econometrics. I also have research experience in Time Series Analysis and Index Number Theory. The tools I use to conduct empirical researches include Structural Vector Autoregressions (SVARs), Markov Regime-Switching (MRS) model, and other time series analysis models.
My job market paper investigates the instability of money demand and the associated welfare cost of inflation for the U.S. over the sample period 1967-2013 by using a Markov regime switch model. This paper is accepted by the Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control.
“On the Markov Switching Welfare Cost of Inflation,” with Apostolos Serletis.
Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, forthcoming.
“Oil Price Shocks and the Credit Default Swap Market,” with Apostolos Serletis.
Open Economies Review 29 (2018), 283-293.
“Contestability in the Digital Music Player Market,” with Kam Yu.
Journal of Industry, Competition and Trade 19 (2019), 293-311.
Professor Apostolos Serletis
SS 438, University of Calgary
+1 (403) 220-4092
Professor Atsuko Tanaka
SS 432, University of Calgary
+1 (403) 220-6709
Professor Daniel Gordon
SS 334, University of Calgary
+1 (403) 220-5080
Professor Stefan Staubli
SS 408, University of Calgary
+1 (403) 220-6180