I am an Economist at the Federal Reserve Board of Governors, where I serve in the Macroeconomic and Quantitative Studies section within the Division of Research and Statistics. My research focuses on how micro heterogeneity interacts with the macroeconomy and affects economic policy.
I am part of the development team for Sequence-Space Jacobian. A Python toolkit for analyzing dynamic macroeconomic models with (or without) rich microeconomic heterogeneity.
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PhD in Economics, 2021
MSc in Economics, 2015
Institute for Advanced Studies, Vienna
BSc in Economic Analysis, 2012
Corvinus University of Budapest
Beatriz González, Galo Nuño, Dominik Thaler, Silvia Albrizio: Firm Heterogeneity, Capital Misallocation, and Optimal Monetary Policy
Paper, Discussion at the International Research Forum on Monetary Policy, May 2022