I am a recent doctoral graduate in Finance from the Kenan Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. I also hold masters and bachelors of science degrees in Statistics and Operations Research from the Department of Statistics and Operations Research at UNC-Chapel Hill. My area of research is international macroeconomics and finance. My job market paper Asset Pricing at the Zero Lower Bound​ explores the asset pricing implications of constrained monetary policy during the Great Recession. In addition to pursuing my academic interests, I have taught 'Corporate Finance', 'Introduction to Statistics', and GMAT preparation courses at UNC-Chapel Hill.

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