Assistant Professor of Finance
Warwick Business School
How does systemic risk arise? Where do fluctuations in aggregate economic activity originate? My research sits at the intersection of macroeconomics and finance, and seeks answers to these questions. I study co-movement in firm-level economic activity, and how co-movement at the firm level shapes systematic risk for firms, and systemic risk for the economy. My other research interests include firm productivity aggregation, technology adoption and abandonment, and bank-based versus market-based financial systems.