I am a Ph.D. Candidate in Finance at Columbia Business School, Columbia University.
Fascinated by financial markets, my research centers around asset pricing:
In my Ph.D. thesis, I investigate how people form subjective beliefs and how the imperfections of these beliefs shape asset prices.
I also explore how the institutional demand/frictions of insurance companies affect bond markets.
Prior to and during my Ph.D., I spent several years working at both quantitative and fundamental investment firms in Europe and the United States. These experiences have motivated some of my academic inquiries.
I am currently on the job market and am available for (virtual) interviews. Questions and comments about my research are more than welcome.