Currently my research mainly focuses on empirical corporate finance. I study how firms adjust and react to external shocks. I also find myself currently working on corporate finance theory and microeconomic theory projects.
In the recent past, I have worked in developing solutions for real-life problems applying Microeconomic Theory. It is in this part, for example, that I studied optimal bidding and developed software to assist in the analysis of how the auction environment affects the bidding strategy adopted by the bidders. I am convinced that incorporating the economic techniques on modeling situations into daily basis applications can make a big difference in the performance of individuals, institutions, and companies.