My research lies in the intersection of international finance and macroeconomics. It aims at understanding how the increasing interconnectedness of global markets affects the economy. In my work, I use statistical analyses and applied econometrics to generate data-driven insights about economic issues. My work spans research papers and other writings on international finance, financial markets, international capital flows, international trade, financial networks, financial crises, macroeconomics of emerging markets, and economic policy analysis.
Journal of International Economics. 2019.
Vol. 118, pp. 160-178.
Research in Progress
"Corporate Dollar Debt and Depreciations: All's well that ends well?," manuscript (under revision).
“Corporate Bond Markets in EMs, the Role of SOEs”, with Lim, Sánchez and Winterberg.
"Financial Soundness of Firms in Emerging Markets," with Powell, IDB Research Department, manuscript.