I received my Ph.D. in Economics from the London School of Economics and Political Science in 2017. I held consultant positions at the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund.
My research focuses on the study of financial institutions in emerging markets, especially the intersection between finance, political economy, and development. My main projects are taking place in Pakistan, Ethiopia, and Colombia.
Terrorism Financing, Recruitment and Attacks
Deposit Insurance and Depositor Behaviour: Evidence from Colombia
The Review of Financial Studies
High-Speed Internet, Financial Technology and Banking
The Effect of Chinese FDI in Africa: Evidence From Ethiopia
Papers in Economic Geography and Spatial Economics
Liquidity risk and long-term finance: evidence from a natural experiment
The Review of Economics Studies, Forthcoming
Antitrust policies and profitability in nontradable sectors
American Economic Review. Insights, 2021
Bureaucrat allocation in the public sector: evidence from the World Bank
Economic Journal, 2021