I am a financial economist and macroeconomist. 


My research interests span asset pricing, macro-finance, and international finance.


Currently, I study the effects of government debt on asset prices, international shock transmissions, the role of financial intermediaries and the impact of government policy on exchange rates. 


Ph.D., Economics

University of Pennsylvania | 2017

Dissertation Committee:

      Amir Yaron (Chair)

      Enrique Mendoza

      Frank Schorfheide

      Ivan Shaliastovich

M.A., Economics

University of Pennsylvania | 2014


B.A., Economics

Fudan University | 2011


Exchange Student

University of California, Berkeley | 2009

Academic Positions

Assistant Professor of Finance

The University of Hong Kong | 2017-present 

Visiting Scholar

The World Bank | 2017-2018

International Monetary Fund | 2015-2017


Research Associate

Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia | 2014-2017