I am an Assistant Professor at Pontificia Universidad Javeriana in Bogotá, Colombia.
My primary field is Health Economics, with a particular interest in Development Economics and Latin America. My research so far has focused on explaining why malaria eradication could generate no
human capital gains. And, on understanding how health reforms in Latin America changed health outcomes such as mortality. Other research areas include peer effects in the adoption of social programs and peer effects in electoral turnout.
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