About my research
My field of research is macroeconomics. I analyze business cycles and policy using a dynamic general equilibrium model with heterogeneous agents. I am also interested in the aggregate implications of nominal price and wage adjustments at the micro-level.
“Heterogeneity and Aggregation: Implications for Labor-Market Fluctuations: Comment,” American Economic Review, 104 (4), 1446-1460, 2014.
“State Dependency in Price and Wage Setting,” International Journal of Central Banking, 13 (1), 151-189, 2017.
“The Optimum Quantity of Debt for Japan,” (with Tomoyuki Nakajima), Journal of the Japanese and International Economies, 46, 17-26, 2017.
“The Effectiveness of Consumption Taxes and Transfers as Insurance against Idiosyncratic Risk,” (with Tomoyuki Nakajima), Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking, 52 (2-3), 505-530, 2020.
“Time-Varying Wage Risk, Incomplete Markets, and Business Cycles,” Review of Economic Dynamics, 37, 195-213, 2020.