I'm an assistant professor of economics at the University of Notre Dame (Indiana, USA).

My fields are econometrics and applied microeconomics, and my research focus is on causal inference, models with discontinuities, and resampling methods.

Curriculum Vitae

Research Statement


Published and Forthcoming Work

>>>"Better Bunching, Nicer Notching" (2023)

>>> "What is the Active Prevalence of COVID-19?" (2022)

>>> "Permutation Tests at Nonparametric Rates" (2022)

>>>"Bunching Estimation of Elasticities Using Stata" (2022)

>>> "Regression Discontinuity Designs in Policy Evaluation" (2021)

>>>"Impossible Inference in Econometrics: Theory and Applications" (2020)

>>>"Regression Discontinuity Design with Many Thresholds" (2020) 

>>>"External Validity in Fuzzy Regression Discontinuity Designs" (2020)

>>>"Spatial Errors in Count Data Regressions" (2016)

>>>"A Fast Resample Method for Parametric and Semiparametric Models" (2014)

>>>"Efeitos Regionais da Política Monetária no Brasil: Impactos e Transbordamentos Espaciais" (2008)

Work in Progress

>>> "Causal Effects in Matching Mechanisms with Strategically Reported Preferences" (2023)

>>> "Bunching Estimation Methods" (2023)

>>> "Randomization Inference on Policy Assignments "

>>> "The Elasticity of Corporate Taxable Income Across Countries"

>>> "Returns to Education in Mechanisms with Strategic Reporting and Imperfect Compliance: The Chilean Case"