My primary field of research is macroeconomics with applications in public finance. I’m currently working on three personal research projects. The first involves the fiscal federalism of Medicaid in the United States. This project studies the interaction between the federal government and states with respect to Medicaid financing. The second project involves designing a heterogeneous-agent model for state-level fiscal policy analysis. This model creates a platform for state and local government officials to evaluate fiscal policy alternatives before implementing them. Finally, my third project studies the consequences of limiting corporate net operating loss carryforwards. Initial results suggest that this deduction alone accounts for 18% of the stock market's valuation.
Publications and Working Papers
Net Operating Loss Carryforwards and Corporate Tax Policy