I am a Research Economist at the Atlanta Fed. I received my PhD from Toulouse School of Economics in 2018. I focus on the macroeconomic effects of the spatial distribution of economic activity. I am particularly interested in how structural models with a spatial component can be applied empirically in combination with novel data sources. I co-organize the Atlanta International Economics Workshop with Federico Mandelman, Kim Ruhl, and Vivian Yue. My last name means fox in German and is pronounced fʊks.