I am an Assistant Professor of Economics at Hong Kong Baptist University. I  focus on household and firm liquidity, endogenous variety, and search frictions in the markets for goods, labor, and credit. My work explores and quantifies the interaction between liquidity constraints, aggregate demand, and product creation. In general, there is a lively connection between liquidity and Keynesian aggregate demand feedback.

I am a member of the Hong Kong Junior Macro Reading Group

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Github: https://github.com/msilva913