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Research interests
Primary fields: International Economics, International Trade, and Services.
Secondary fields: Labour Economics and Development.


Work experience

Current

Jan 2013 -, External Lecturer at the Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU), Vienna
Department of International Economics and Development
International Macroeconomics (undergraduate - in English)

Previous

Nov 2014- Mar 2015, Consultant at UNIDO, Vienna 
-Economic Research for “UNIDO’s Industrial Development Report 2016”

Jul 2012-, Consultant at the International Labour Organization (ILO), Geneva
- Research activities for the Trade and Employment Program and the International Institute for Labour Studies (IILS) on:
1) the role of skills in countries’ exposure to external shocks.
2) migration, employment, gender gap, and social programs in Bangladesh.
3) perception of job quality and social unrest.
4) Research activities for the project "globalization and labour conditions: Labour provisions in trade and investment arrangements"

Jan 2012-, Consultant at the World Bank, Washington
- Research activities for the projects:
1) Assessing the impact of services regulations: a review of empirical methods.
2) Service trade and competitiveness in Central Asia.
3) Service trade and competitiveness in Latin American and the Caribbean.
4) “Dutch disease in services trade"

2009-2011 Researcher at the “Vienna institute for international economic studies”  (wiiw), Vienna 
Marie-Curie fellow - Globalization, Investment, and Services Trade (GIST)

Sep-Dec, 2007 Consultant at WTO, Economic Research Department, Geneva

Feb-Sep, 2007 Internship at WTO, Economic Research Department, Geneva

2002-2003 Consultant at FAO, Santiago

1999-2002 Project Manager at RIPLEY, Santiago

Teaching experience

Jan-, 2013, External Lecturer: "International Macroeconomics" (undergraduate - in English), Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU), Vienna, Austria

2008 Professor of the courses "Data analysis" (graduate - in French) and "Economic History" (undergraduate - in French)
Teaching Fellow (ATER), University of Cergy-Pontoise, Paris, France

Teaching assistant (undergraduate):

2006 “International economics”, University of Paris 12, Paris, France
1999 “Introduction to economics”, Catholic University of Chile, Santiago
1995 “Introduction to economics” and “Microeconomics”, Catholic University of Chile, Santiago

Education

Oct. 2010 Ph.D in Economics, University of Paris 1, Pantheon-Sorbonne
Philippe Martin (advisor), Lionel Fontagé (president), Joseph Francois, Matthieu Crozet and Sandra Poncet

2003-2004 M.Sc in International Economics and Development, University of Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne
Master thesis : “Human capital and economic geography”

1994-1998 B.A. in Business Administration and Economics, Catholic University of Chile,
Santiago, Chile. (5-year degree)

1994-1997 Minor in Sociology, Catholic University of Chile, Santiago, Chile

1998 International Exchange Programme, Pontificia Universidad de Comillas, Icade, Madrid, Spain