I’m an Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Rhode Island. I have a PhD in economics from the University of Massachusetts (Amherst).
My research mostly focuses on macroeconomic issues, with particular application to the interaction between policy, finance, and crisis, and the distributive consequences of those dynamics. I have primarily examined international finance within Western Europe, with special attention to the consequences of financial deregulation, integration, and the Eurozone’s recent experiences of crisis. My current work considers the economic implications of power — corporate, normative, international — in the intersection of the private sector and government, and its effects on economies at large.
I blog at The Voice of the Limulus. What’s a Limulus, you ask? The greatest ever.
My papers — working and otherwise — can be found here.
Here are some of my teaching materials.
And my department webpage is here.
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