About

I am a Ph.D student at the Economics Department. I obtained a BA and a MA in Economics from Universidad de los Andes in Bogotá, Colombia. Before joining University of Notre Dame, I worked at the Inter-American Development Bank, the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund. During my tenure at these institutions, I participated in several research projects regarding Economic Development and Macroeconomic Stability in Latin America and the Caribbean. My research interests are international finance and monetary policy in Emerging Countries. In these areas, I am mostly interested in the study of extreme events. In particular, Financial Bubbles and Sudden Stops.

Current Research

International finance and monetary policy in Emerging Countries; Financial Bubbles and Sudden Stops

Regions
Other Accomplishments & Recognitions

2018 Outstanding Graduate Student Teaching Award Recipient

Calendar

Upcoming Events

Thursday

April 26 to April 28
1968 in Europe and Latin America Conference
Conferences/Workshops
April 26
Public Lecture: 1968: A Long Time Coming
Seminars/Lectures

Friday

April 27
Conflict Prevention Agencies and Civil Society Organizations in Puno and Cajamarca
Working Groups, Comparative Politics Workshop
Omar Coronel Cuadros

Saturday

April 28
Public Lecture: "1968: Reform or Revolution"
Seminars/Lectures
Ignacio Walker

Tuesday

Upcoming Deadlines

No Deadlines In The Near Future