My CV is available here.
I am a Ph.D. candidate in Finance at the Goizueta Business School, Emory University. My research interests are in asset pricing and market microstructure, with an emphasis on the econometrics of Machine Learning inferences and Bayesian inferences. In Fall 2021, I will join as an Assistant Professor of Finance at the business school of the University of Houston.
In my dissertation, titled ``Three Essays on Estimation Uncertainty", I show why and how considering estimation uncertainty is important in answering three fundamental asset pricing and market-microstructure questions. My research is available here. I won a Cubist Systematic Strategies award for outstanding research at the Western Finance Association (WFA) 2020 annual meetings.
Prior to joining Emory, I obtained bachelor's and master's degrees in Statistics at Indian Statistical Institute, where I received Dr. N.S. Iyenger award for best student of econometrics.
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