My research activity deals with Financial Economics, Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics, Complexity Economics, and History and Methodology of Economics. In particular, I am interested in financial crises, the behavior of financial markets, and the political economy of finance.

As you can see from my publications, I have been writing in all the above fields. In my Ph.D. dissertation, I study the behavior of financial markets through the lenses of statistical equilibrium and information theory. I provide insights into the market and investors’ behavior by developing a model that analyzes the distribution of stock returns over different market periods.