Bank Lending, Bank Capital, and Securitization; Monetary Economics; Financial Economics; Behavioral Economics/Finance; Financial Modeling & Econometrics; Financial Engineering; and History of Economic Thought

Degrees

Ph.D. in Economics, New School for Social Research

M.Phil. in Economics, New School for Social Research

M.A. in Economics, Catholic University of America

B.A. in Economics, Waynesburg College

Scholarship / Publications

Conference Presentation:   

Eastern Economic Association Conference 2013, New York, NY
“Big Banks, Small Banks, and Real Estate Securitization:  Is there a lending pattern?”

Eastern Economic Association Conference 2012, Boston, MA
“Bank Capital, Bank Profits, and Loan Activity”

Eastern Economic Association Conference 2011, New York, NY
“Bank Profit, Loan Activity, and Monetary Policy: Evidence from the
FDIC’s Historical Statistics on Banking”

Eastern Economic Association Conference 2010, Philadelphia, PA
“The Bank Lending Channel, Market Share and Securitization”

Eastern Economic Association Conference 2009, New York, NY
“Bank Capital, Loan Activity, and Monetary Policy: Evidence from the
FDIC’s Historical Statistics on Banking”


Working Paper Titles:  

The Bank Lending Channel, Market Share and Securitization  

Real Estate Lending: Before and After the Securitization Boom

Bank Capital, Loan Activity, and Monetary Policy: Evidence from the FDIC’s Historical Statistics on Banking

Bank Profits, Loan Activity, and Monetary Policy: Evidence from the FDIC’s Historical Statistics on Banking


Dissertation Title:

The Monetary Transmission Mechanism: How Bank Capital, Bank Profits, and Securitization Influence Loan Behavior