I am Assistant Professor at Universidad Torcuato Di Tella Business School and an associated researcher at the Neuroscience Lab.
My research interests lie both in the fields of behavioral economics and political economy. Currently, I am exploring how electronic marketplaces can foster negotiations by easing the emotional distress associated with bargaining. In a joint project with Abad, Bermejo and Carozzi, we also explore how politicians' private incentives affect government's decisions to ask for external financial aid.
You can download my CV here.
Confrontation Costs in Negotiations: Bargaining Under the Veil of a Screen [PDF available upon request]