My research is in applied microeconomics, and it answers questions at the intersection of development and labor economics. By combining empirical methods with stylized models that I directly take to the data, my research aims to understand the causes and consequences of people’s decision to move to new cities, regions, or countries.
Assistant professor, USFQ
The Ohio State University, Ph.D. AED Economics
Universidad de Guadalajara, México, M.Sc. Economics
Universidad Americana, Nicaragua, B.Sc. Industrial Egineering
Grants and Contracts
Alumni Grants for Graduate Research and Scholarship