Truth lies somewhere deep. Don't be afraid to take a different path; nor be satisfied with flowers covering it
I am an assistant professor at the Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University. I am interested in the role of information in the capital market. In particular, my research explores how short selling activities shape the information environment and how market microstructure arrangements (e.g., opening and closing auctions) affect price efficiency. More recently, I study the interactions between earnings announcements and auctions and disclosure in unregulated and decentralized markets.