Research

Peer-reviewed Publications

1. South-South Migration and Female Labor Supply in the Dominican Republic, with Tatiana Hiller. Journal of Economic Geography, 2022. 

Previous versions: Submitted versionIDB Working Paper #1136

 

2. Discrimination toward migrants during crises, with Sandra Rozo. Migration Studies, 2022. 

Previous versions: IDB Working Paper #1252.

 

3. International Trade, Job Training, and Labor Reallocationwith Juan Blyde and José C. Pires. Review of International Economics2022. 

Previous versions: Submitted versionIDB Working Paper #1069

4. Online Business Platforms and International Trade, with Jerónimo Carballo, Catalina Salas, and Christian VolpeJournal of International Economics, 2022.

Previous versions: IDB Working Paper #1131 

5. How Issue Framing Shapes Trade Attitudes: Evidence from a Multi-Country Survey Experiment, with Ernesto Stein and Razvan VlaicuJournal of International Economics, 2021.

Previous versions: IDB Working Paper #986

Other Papers 

1. Salir de la sombra: cómo un programa de regularización mejoró la vida de los migrantes venezolanos en Colombia [Out of the shadows: how a regularization program improved the lives of Venezuelan migrants in Colombia], with Ana María IbáñezSandra Rozo, Andrés Moya, María Adelaida Ortega, and María José Urbina, IDB Monography #992, 2022.

2. In Someone Else’s Shoes: Promoting Prosocial Behavior Through Perspective Taking, with Sandra Rozo. Under review.

World Bank Policy Research Working Paper #9866, 2021. 

IDB Working Paper #1073, 2021. Circulated as "How Does it Feel to Be Part of the Minority? Impacts of Perspective-Taking on Prosocial Behavior"

3. Las dos caras de la integración: Percepciones de colombianos y venezolanos sobre el fenómeno migratorio en Bogotá, Colombia [The two faces of integration: Perceptions of Colombians and Venezuelans about migration in Bogotá, Colombia]with Olga Namen and Nicolás Romero, IDB Technical Note #2132, 2021.

4. Migrants in Latin America: Disparities in Health Status and in Access to Healthcare, with Denisse Pierola, IDB Discussion Paper #784, 2020. [Spanish version]

5. New Technologies and Trade: New Determinants, Modalities, and Varieties, with Antoni Estevadeordal and Christian Volpe, IDB Discussion Paper #746, 2020.

6. Trade, Productivity, Innovation, and Employment: Lessons from the Impact of Chinese Competition on Manufacturing in Brazil, with Mauricio M. Moreira, Filipe Lage de Sousa, and Federico Merchán.

IDB Working Paper #1141, 2020Under review.

7. Information and Exports: Firm-Level Evidence from an Online Platform, with Jeronimo Carballo, Carlos Salamanca Malagón, and Christian Volpe, IDB Discussion Paper #663, 2020.

Book Chapters

1. On Board with Trade for Now: People’s Attitudes and Support, with Ernesto Stein, Razvan Vlaicu, and Victor Zuluaga, in: Mauricio Mesquita Moreira and Ernesto Stein (Ed.) Trading Promises for Results: What Global Integration Can Do for Latin America and the Caribbean, Inter-American Development Bank, Washington DC, 2019.

2. Labor Adjustment Policies: What Works?, with Juan Blyde, in: Mauricio Mesquita Moreira and Ernesto Stein (Ed.) Trading Promises for Results: What Global Integration Can Do for Latin America and the Caribbean, Inter-American Development Bank, Washington DC, 2019.

3. New Technologies and Trade: New Challenges for a New World, with Christian Volpe, in: Mauricio Mesquita Moreira and Ernesto Stein (Ed.) Trading Promises for Results: What Global Integration Can Do for Latin America and the Caribbean, Inter-American Development Bank, Washington DC, 2019.

4. Las Causas de un Amplio Apoyo: Actitudes Frente al Comercio Exterior [The Causes of a Wide Support: Attitudes Towards International Trade], with Ernesto Stein, Razvan Vlaicu, and Victor Zuluaga, Revista Integración & Comercio, Año 23, No 45, INTAL, Inter-American Development Bank, 2019.


5. A Quarter of a Century Later: What are the Results?, with Kun Li and Mauricio Mesquita Moreira, in: Mauricio Mesquita Moreira (Ed.) Connecting the Dots: A Road Map for Better Integration in Latin America and the Caribbean, Inter-American Development Bank, Washington DC, 2018.

Work in Progress

Labor-Market Concerns and Public Attitudes Towards Trade, with Ernesto Stein and Razvan Vlaicu

AEA RCT Registry