I am an assistant professor in economics at BI Norwegian Business School.
My main research interests are within macroeconomics and cover housing markets, household finance, and monetary policy. Generally, I am interested in understanding how heterogeneity impacts macroeconomic effects of public policies. In my research I use both heterogeneous-agent models as well as empirical methods with micro data to investigate the topic at hand.
I obtained my PhD in 2020 from the Institute for International Economic Studies (IIES) at Stockholm University. Before that, I worked as a fixed-income trader at Danske Bank.