### Albert Alex Zevelev

My interests include Household Finance, Housing, and Macro Finance. I work on methods that exploit non-causal machine learning techniques to improve causal inference.

- San Diego, California
- Finance Department, SDSU
- arXiv
- Github
- Google Scholar
- Impactstory
- ORCID
- ResearchGate
- SSRN
- Stackoverflow

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