I am an applied microeconomist and my research focuses on the study of markets where private firms compete with public providers and there are substantial subsidies and regulation. I study how these market features interact to affect the strategic behavior of firms drawing on insights from the industrial
organization literature. My general fields of study include Public Economics, Labor Economics, and Industrial Organization.
I am currently a PhD candidate at the Department of Economics at Yale University. Before coming to Yale I worked for three years at the Central Bank of Chile and at the University of Chile as a lecturer. I received my undergraduate and masters degrees in economics from the University of Chile.
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