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I am a PhD candidate at the University of Southern California Department of Economics, and I am on the 2016-2017 job market.

My main research interests are behavioral and experimental economics. 
My advisers are Juan Carillo and Isabelle Brocas.

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Summary

My passion is using data to understand individual behavior. My main research area is microeconomics, and in particular, behavioral and experimental economics. I am also interested in statistics and programming. I am a researcher at the Los Angeles Behavioral Economics Laboratory (LABEL)a research center dedicated to experimental research on economic decision-making and strategic interactions. My work focuses on the analysis of individual preferences and choices, as well as understanding how these can be influenced. 

 

EDUCATION

PhD, Economics 2011 – (May 2017)
University of Southern California (USC)

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

BS, Economics & Mathematics (2011)
Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM)

 

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)