I hold a Ph.D. in Economics from the Paris School of Economics under the supervision of Lorenzo Cassi and Angelo Secchi.
I conduct an applied research on innovation, focus on Latin American economies to study policy questions on firms invesment decision. My research interests also include topics on trade liberalization and industrial policies in developing economies.
Here are the links to my job market paper and curriculum vitae.
Chinese opening-up and Premature deindustrialization in Latin American Countries: Empirical evidence 1995-2016. Co-author: Lorenzo CASSI
Innovation strategies, Innovation and Firm Performane: Evidence from Chile 2009-2016.
R&D cooperation, Innovation and Firm Performance: Evidence from Chile 2009-2016.
Mathematics, Statistic and Impact Evaluation. Université Sorbonne-Nouvelle-Paris
(1st Year -Sciences Sociales de l'Amérique Latine)
Mathematics, Université Paris Cité.
Microeconomics, Macroeconomics and Finance, Université Paris Saclay
Intermediate Mathematics, Sciences Po
Microeconomics, Macroeconomics and Statistic, Université Paris Panthéon-Assas
Econometrics, Mathematics and Microeconomics, ESPOL
Researcher at the Minister of Trade, Employment and Competitiviness
Research at Assistant Economic research Center
Academic and Professional References
Professor Angelo Secchi (Thesis Supervisor), Professor Lorenzo Cassi (Thesis Co-supervisor).