I am a Ph.D. Candidate at the LBJ School of Public Affairs at The University of Texas at Austin.
My research interests are international economics, political economy, development, and labor economics. I attend policy-related topics such as international trade, income inequality, immigration, energy consumption, financial crises, political turnovers, and dynamics of local labor markets.
I am trained in advanced quantitative methods, such as structural econometric models, causal inference, and spatial analysis. I believe that data analysis is key to creating, evaluating, and improving public policies to enhance people's living standards.
I currently serve as a Lecturer at the Bush School of Government & Public Service at Texas A&M University, and as a Professor of Practice at the ITESM EGADE Business School. I am also a Research Associate at the Texas Census Institute.
Ph.D. Candidate, Public Policy, The University of Texas at Austin, Expected 2023
M.Sc., Economics, The University of Texas at Austin, 2019
M.A., Economy and Public Policy, ITESM, 2014
B.A., Economics, UANL, 2012
Additional Academic Training
Professional Certificate, Data Science, Harvard University, Expected 2022
Summer School, Socioeconomic Inequality, University of Chicago / New Economic School, 2021
I am on the job market and expect to graduate in Spring 2023.