Daniel is a Research Economist in the Bank’s International Directorate. He joined the Bank in January 2023 after completing his PhD in Economics at the University of Cambridge. During his PhD, he was a Dissertation Fellow at the Federal Reserve Board in Washington, DC.
Daniel’s research sits at the intersection of international finance and monetary economics. His recent work focuses on the relationship between capital flows and exchange rates, the structure of the global financial system and the transmission of monetary policy to asset prices and the macroeconomy.
Daniel's selected academic publications
Tails of Foreign Exchange-at-Risk (FEaR); Cambridge Working Papers in Economics/Janeway Institute Working Paper
Firm Financial Conditions and the Transmission of Monetary Policy; Finance and Economic Discussion Series (FEDS) Working Paper