My work spans three areas of finance: household finance, corruption & governance, and asset management. A unifying theme across all of my research is that I seek to expand knowledge by focusing on areas of finance where research can inform policy or product innovations to improve economic playing fields, especially for those not empowered. My interest in household finance and asset management comes from these topics being both understudied and critically important for the financial welfare of people. An even more transparent current that runs through my agenda is a desire to speak on topics in which some party is worse off because of some form of corruption or governance/regulatory failure in the financial system.
Research Expertise and Interest
household finance, corruption and government, asset management