I am a macroeconomist with both theoretical and empirical interests. My research interests are Macroeconomics (esp. Monetary and Fiscal Policy), Quantitative Economics, Economic Growth, Labor Economics, Econometrics, and Game Theory.

My earlier work has mainly focused on labor market dynamics, e.g. combining search and matching frictions with efficiency wages or to disentangle the role played by the intensive and the extensive margin of labor adjustment. Most recently, I focus on issues related to the interaction between fiscal and monetary policy, the effects and transmission mechanisms of fiscal and monetary policy in the short- and long-run, and, still, labor market dynamics. Most recently, my work studies international migration, central bank communication via social media, and firms’ inflation expectations.

Please let me know if I can be of assistance!

Cheers,

Dennis

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