Welcome! I am a Post-Doctoral Associate at the Leitner Program in International and Comparative Political Economy, The MacMillan Center, at Yale University. In 2025 I will join UCL’s Department of Political Science and School of Public Policy as an Assistant Professor. I specialize in International Political Economy (IPE) and Causal Inference, and develop game-theoretic models for guiding empirical analysis in IPE.

My main research focuses on investigating the impact of international trade and technological change (i.e., automation, Artificial Intelligence and Information Technologies), on collective action from labor and domestic political conflict. I also study how these dimensions of international economic change, shape both redistributive policy and international policy.

I hold a PhD in Politics from the Department of Politics at New York University, an MA in Economics from Universidad de los Andes, and a BA in Economics from Universidad Nacional de Colombia. Before graduate school I worked on policy-oriented research for the Inter-American Development Bank and the World Bank. Currently, I also provide research advice to the latter institution.

My work has been published at Journal of Development Economics. My pre-PhD work has been published at Economics Letters, Review of Income and Wealth, Journal of Economic Inequality and Higher Education. I have also published book chapters in various edited volumes.