My research interests span across topics of asset pricing, microeconomics, inequality and systemic risk.
My current projects focus on the consumption and investment implications of wealth inequality, background risk and habit formation. I also investigate the market impact and systemic risk of US financial institutions.
Prior to my current visiting position, I received a Ph.D. (2018) and an M.Phil (2015) in Economics (with concentration in Finance) from The City University of New York, Graduate Center. I also hold an M.Sc. in Applied Economics & Finance (2009) from the Athens University of Economics & Business (Greece) and a B.A. in Economics (2007) from the National & Kapodistrian University of Athens (Greece). Lastly, I worked for several years in the industry as a business analyst and research associate before my doctoral degree pursuit.