I am an Assistant Professor at the department of economics of the University of Munich (LMU) and I am visiting the department of economics of UC Berkeley this fall.
My research is focused on international capital flows and offshore finance. I analyze developments in the financial sector of tax havens including international real estate investments, their role in internal capital markets of multinational enterprises, and the facilitation of international tax noncompliance. I also work on model averaging routines, specifically hybrids between Bayesian and frequentist model averaging estimators.
Econ 133 - Global Inequality and Growth: Please find all course materials on bcourses.
Public Economics (tax evasion and avoidance),
International Economics (capital flows, offshore finance),
Applied Econometrics (model averaging)