I am an Associate Lecturer of Economics in the Research School of Economics at the ANU College of Business and Economics.
I completed my Ph.D. in January 2021 at the Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis (CAMA) at the Australian National University. My Ph.D. research focused on the design of optimal monetary policy towards macroeconomic stabilization in an environment characterized by climatic disruptions and heightened financial stability risks. From the Reserve Bank of Australia (i),(ii), to the U.S. Federal Reserve (iii), the European Central Bank (iv), the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) (v), and the Brookings Institution (vi), findings and insights from my research have been at the center of recent monetary policy reforms.
Prior to commencing the Ph.D., I worked as a Research Economist at the Central Bank of Liberia. Before then, I worked with the Liberian Ministry of Commerce & Industry as an Economist and as Head of the Trade Facilitation Division at the Liberian Ministry of Finance and Development Planning. I have provided consulting services for several international organizations, including the World Trade Organization, the International Trade Centre, and the Brookings Institution.