About Me

I am a Senior Economist at the Migration Unit of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB). My current agenda focuses on studying attitudes towards immigration and on designing policies to promote migrants' social and economic integration. Previously, I worked at the Integration and Trade Sector of the IDB where I researched the impacts of international trade on the labor market, the use and impacts of new technologies in trade, and public attitudes towards trade. I was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina and I hold a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Maryland.

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Buenos Aires, Argentina

Education

Research Interests

Economics of Migration

International Trade

Labor Economics

Behavioral Economics

2011-2016

University of Maryland, United States

PhD in Economics

2008-2009

Universidad de San Andrés, Argentina

Master in Economics

2001-2007

Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina

Licentiate in Economics