Thermal stress and financial distress: Extreme temperatures and firms' loan defaults in Mexico (Sandra Aguilar, Emilio Gutierrez, David Heres, Martin Tobal). Blogs: All about finance, Focoeconómico. Submitted.
 How does the composition of government financing affect the size of crowding out? Evidence from Mexico (Isha Argawal, Everardo Tellez, Martin Tobal)
 Do remittances complement or substitute consumption credit? The relevance of heterogeneous effects in the Mexican context (David Heres, Everardo Tellez, Martin Tobal)
 Do Credit Supply Shocks Affect Formal Employment? Evidence from Mexico (With Emilio Gutierrez and Martín Tobal) Working paper, Mención Honorífica premio Citibanamex 2020. Blogs: All About Finance, Focoeconómico. Forthcoming: American Economic Journal: Economic Policy. AEJ:EP.
 Income Dynamics and Inequality: The Case of Mexico (with Mariana Calderón, Alfonso Cebreros, León Fernández, Jose Inguanzo, and Daniela Puggioni). Forthcoming: Quantitative Economics. Working paper
 The effects of teacher strikes on parents (with Alexander Willén). Journal of Development Economics, 152 (102679), 2021. Link: JDE.
 The Labor Market Effects of an Educational Expansion, Journal of Development Economics, 2021, vol. 149, p. 102619. Link: JDE.
 The Long-run Effects of Teacher Strikes: Evidence from Argentina (with Alexander Willén), Journal of Labor Economics, 37(1097-1139), 2019. Link: JOLE
 School Segregation Between Public and Private Schools in Latin America (with Malena Arcidiácono, Guillermo Cruces, Leonardo Gasparini, Monserrat Serio and Emmanuel Vázquez), Sociales 195, Naciones Unidas Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe (CEPAL), 2014. Link (Spanish)
 Determinants of School Segregation in Argentina. Working Paper Nº 143, CEDLAS, Universidad Nacional de La Plata, 2014. Link (Spanish)
 Entrepreneurship in Latin America: An Study Using Households Surveys (with Pablo Gluzmann and Leonardo Gasparini). Working Paper Nº 137, CEDLAS, Universidad Nacional de La Plata, 2012. Link (Spanish)