I am a Ph.D. candidate in Economics at Yale University.
In my current work, I study the effects of labor market policies on workers from underrepresented groups. In one of my projects, I analyze how the most widespread employer-based affirmative action regulation in the U.S. impacts the employment prospects and earnings of minority workers. In another project, I partner with The World Bank to implement a randomized control trial to study the effectiveness of coding bootcamps for women.
Before joining Yale, I worked for three years as an impact evaluation consultant in the Rural Development unit at the Inter-American Development Bank (IADB).
Ph.D. in Economics, expected 2022
M.Phil. in Economics, 2018
M.S. in Economics, 2012
Universidad de San Andres
B.S. in Economics, 2011
Universidad de Buenos Aires