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.


Buenos Aires, Argentina


Research Interests

Economics of Migration

International Trade

Labor Economics

Behavioral Economics


University of Maryland, United States

PhD in Economics


Universidad de San Andrés, Argentina

Master in Economics


Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina

Licentiate in Economics