Institute for Economic Analysis (IAE-CSIC)
UAB 08193, Bellaterra (Barcelona) Spain
Welcome to my website!
I am an applied economist interested in Education, Labor and Public Policy.
I received a PhD in Economics from Universidad Carlos III de Madrid in 2019, under the supervision of Professors Jan Stuhler and Ricardo Mora. During my PhD, I visited the Department of Economics of Duke University (Spring 2018), the International Policy Center for Inclusive Growth (Summer 2017) and worked as a Consultant for the World Bank Development Research Group (2016-2018) and the World Bank Educational Practice (2019).
In my research, I use applied microeconometrics methods to investigate key issues for Educational and Labor Market policies. In the area of Education, my recent work is concentrated on the impact of large reforms in the admission process to higher education. In particular, I study how the centralization of admissions and the expansion of affirmative action quotas, in the context of Brazil, affected the composition of the student body, individuals' incentives and choices. In the topic of Labor, my work is focused on intergenerational mobility and labor market adjustments to economic shocks.