Welcome! I am a macroeconomist with a passion for public, labor and demographic economics.
In several countries public debt is skyrocketing, and (structural) unemployment is not far behind. Fiscal and labor market policies, especially in the age of aging, have definitely become a matter of moment. My goal is to merge quantitative methods with policy intuitions to make a substantial impact on decision making for the sake of resolving concrete real-world challenges.
After obtaining an MPhil in Economic Research degree from the University of Cambridge, I received my PhD in Economics from the European University Institute in 2016. Since then I have been working for the International Monetary Fund. I have also been an external advisor on fiscal and pension issues to the Lithuanian Fiscal Institution and the European Central Bank (among others).
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Last edited: March 27, 2020
Launched: September 29, 2014