About Me

I am an Instructor and TA at Nova School of Business and Economics. My main research interests are Corporate Finance and Applied Microeconomic Theory, focusing mostly on Asymmetric Information and Moral Hazard problems. In particular, I have worked on Auctions, Contract Theory, and Matching.

During my career besides academia, I have worked as Economist and Consultant. During my consulting work at I.D. Consulting, I developed a deep interest in programming, especially in Java and Matlab/Octave, trying to simplify complex programs to intuitive and easy to set up graphical interfaces. It proved an excellent learning and teaching tool.

During my free time, I enjoy listening to the Rock and Blues legends, and (attempt) to emulate the big names of past decades with my electric and acoustic guitars.

Academic Positions

  • present2018

    Instructor

    Nova School of Business and Economics

  • present2013

    Teaching Assistant

    Nova School of Business and Economics

  • 20102008

    Teaching Assistant

    Economics Department, Universidad de Chile

Education & Training

  • Ph.D. Exp. 2019

    Ph.D. in Economics

    Nova School of Business and Economics

  • M.Res. 2014

    Master of Research in Economics

    Nova School of Business and Economics

  • Eng. 2012

    Commercial Engineering

    Universidad de Chile

  • B.Sc. 2011

    Bachelor of Science in Economics

    Universidad de Chile

Grants, Honors & Awards

  • 2015-2018
    FCT Doctoral Grant
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    Doctoral Grant awarded by the Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia to pursue Ph.D. studies in Economics at Nova SBE.
  • 2011-2015
    Nova SBE Graduate Programs Scholarship
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    During the Research Master and the beginning of the Ph.D. a waiver for a fraction of tuition is given to the outstanding students in the program.
  • 2008
    MEC Exchange Program
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    The MEC Exchange program allows students to visit another Chilean Public University for one Semester. Due to outstanding records it was renewed for one more semester. The target university was the University of Chile and after the program expired there was an offer to stay, which was happily accepted.