I am an Assistant Professor of Finance at Colorado State University. My research areas are asset pricing, financial econometrics, and monetary economics. I received my PhD in Economics from the University of California San Diego.
Risk, Return, and Inflation Expectations
Monetary Policy and Market Volatility
Central Bank Tone and Currency Risk Premia
Uncertainty and Energy Extraction, with John Elder, Applied Economics, forthcoming.
Direct Versus Iterated Multi-Period Volatility Forecasts: Why MIDAS Is King, with Eric Ghysels, Alberto Plazzi, Rossen Valkanov, and Antonio Rubia, Annual Review of Financial Economics, 2019, 11: 173-195.
Option augmented density forecasts of market returns with monotone pricing kernel, with Brendan K. Beare, Quantitative Finance, 2018, 18(4): 623-635.