S633, Social & Behavioral Sciences, Stony Brook, NY 11794
My name is Gabriel, I study topics in International Macroeconomics. My work explores the consequences of sovereign default risk for the maturity structure of public debt, sectoral reallocation, capital accumulation, and fiscal-monetary interactions. I am an Assistant Professor of Economics at Stony Brook University, since 2018. I received my PhD in 2016, from the University of Rochester. I am Romanian and this is how you pronounce my last name.
News: Cristina, Yan, and I completed a first draft of "COVID-19 Vaccination and Financial Frictions in Emerging Markets," to be presented at the 2021 IMF Jacques Polak Annual Research Conference. We study the impact of financial frictions and international assistance programs on vaccination campaigns in emerging markets. Comments and suggestions are greatly appreciated!
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