Currently I am a third-year PhD student at Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies.
My main research interests lie in the field of Applied Macroeconomics, with a focus on three research areas. First, I study how aggregate demand dynamics affect the economy's productive capacity in the long run (i.e. hysteresis), considering both negative and positive shocks. Second, I use empirical tools to examine the macroeconomic impact of climate change, particularly the persistent effects of weather-related shocks. Lastly, I am also interested in evaluating the empirical performance of macroeconomic models using time series techniques. The focus is on both macro Agent-based and DSGE models.