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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