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Stephan is a MRes student in Economics. His main research interests span the questions of how non-rational expectations and informational frictions shape the business cycle, how micro-level heterogeneity impacts macroeconomic policy and how structural and cyclical factors shape the labour market. His previous work looks at the interactions between fundamental volatility and data uncertainty in a rational inattention framework and examines its implications for monetary policy.Stephan holds a MPhil in Economics (distinction) from the University of Oxford and a BSc in Economics (distinction) from the University of Warwick.
SupervisorsGuy Michaels (MRes Programme Director)
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Informational Frictions in Macroeconomics;
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