Projects per year
I am a macroeconomist and researcher at the Institute for Policy Research. Currently, I conduct my research as part of the project the Economics of the Basic Income. I attained my PhD in Economics from the University of York in 2019 and the MSc Economics degree from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM).
Previous to my PhD studies, I worked for the Mexican government and the United Nations in consultancy studies for two years. I have experience teaching in higher education at undergraduate and postgraduate level at the Department of Economics in the UNAM 2009/14 and the University of York 2014/19.
My research agenda includes monetary and macroprudential policies, inequality, labour market, migration and basic income. Primarily, I use Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium (DSGE) models and econometrics to develop my research. However, I am also keen to implement other quantitative techniques for the analysis. I am interested in multidisciplinary and joined projects related to my fields of study.
My sleepless nights are dedicated to the impact of new technologies, robotization and technological progress on the labour market, inequality and people's lives.
Willing to supervise doctoral students
Applied econometrics and statistics; economic theory: macroeconomics and principles of economics.
Is technological change shrinking households’ income share? An analysis for developed and developing economies
1/03/20 → 31/12/21
Project: Research-related funding
Research Output per year
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Conference contribution
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article