Assistant Professor of Global Affairs
University of Notre Dame
My research focuses on development economics, public economics, and labor economics.
Keough School of Global Affairs
1010 Jenkins Nanovic Halls
Notre Dame, Indiana 46556
KSGA-10002: Principles of Economics (Syllabus)
MGA-60211: Advanced Econometrics for Policy (Syllabus)
MGA-60725: Poverty Policy (Syllabus)
"Taxing Property in Developing Countries: Theory and Evidence from Mexico" with Anne Brockmeyer, Karina Ramirez, and Juan Carlos Suárez Serrato, preliminary draft, February 2021
Work in Progress
"Trade and Poverty Reduction in Developing Countries: Evidence from Mexico''
"The Social Impacts of Female Labor Force Participation in Developing Countries: Theory and Evidence from Mexico"
"Online Training for Micro-Entrepreneurs in Developing Countries: Evidence from an RCT in Guatemala'' with Martina Improta, Romina Ordonez, and Paul Winters
"Optimal Schooling Investments in Developing Countries"
"Effective policies for addressing economic inequality" with Belén Carriedo, Uriel Galace, Laura Guerra, Shadwa Ibrahim, and Eleanor Jones, Dignity and Development, October 2020
"On economic inequality and human dignity" with Belén Carriedo, Hugo Ernesto Flores Navarro, Uriel Galace, Laura Guerra, Shadwa Ibrahim, Eleanor Jones, Dignity and Development, September 2020
"Optimal economic policy during COVID-19" Dignity and Development, June 2020
"Supply and Demand Shocks in Mexico" Gaceta de Economía (ITAM), 33, 2014, 59-76