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SUMMARY

My work focuses in closing the gap between behavioral science theory and application. I specialize in building the optimal data collection procedures that will generate testable hypothesis and doing analysis that help understand and predict individual's incentives and biases. I utilize economic modeling, statistics and computer programming in my work. 

Fields: Behavioral Economics, Applied Econometrics, Applied Microeconomics, Consumer Finance, Consumer Behavior, Consumer Insights, Decision-Making.

Tools: Experimental & Survey Design methods, Statistical Modeling, Econometrics, Causal Inference, Data Visualization, AB testing.

 

 
 

AWARDS

USC Research Summer Award
USC Department of Economics (2016)

USC Merit Award
University of Southern California (2015)

USC Research Summer Award
USC Department of Economics (2015)

USC Institute for New Economic Thinking Graduate Award
USC Dornsife Institute for New Economic Thinking (2014)

USC Institute for Economic Policy Research Summer Award
USC Institute for Economic Policy Research (2014)

USC Institute for Economic Policy Research Summer Award
USC Institute for Economic Policy Research (2013)

USC Merit Award
University of Southern California (2011)

Research Grant 119162 from Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología (CONACYT) for the project “Coordination in social networks: complexity, simulation and experimentation” (2009)

EDUCATION

PhD, Economics (2017)
University of Southern California (USC)

MS, Economics (2013)
University of Southern California (USC)

BS, Economics (math minor) (2011)
Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM)