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I'm a PhD student at the University of Chicago's department of Economics. My main areas of interest are International Trade and International Macroeconomics.
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Macroprudential policy for internal financial dollarization (with Aleksei Oskolkov). R&R, Journal of International Economics.
Dollarization can arise as a domestic phenomenon in which firms insure households. We study the implications for prudential policy.
Work in progress
Trade and Financial Dollarization: Firm-Level Theory and Evidence (with Aleksei Oskolkov). We study the currency invoicing decision of Peruvian exporters during a period of de-dollarization of the national financial system. This sheds light on the different roles that the dollar plays globally in finance and trade.
Banks and the geography of capital within borders (with Olivia Bordeu). We study how the distribution of bank branches across cities can matter for the inter-regional allocation of investment and ultimately spatial income differences.
TA for Price Theory I (Profs. Kevin Murphy and Casey Mulligan) in 2021.
TA for Price Theory III (Prof. Lars Stole) in 2020 and 2021.
Executive MBA (Booth):
TA for Microeconomics (Prof. Lars Stole) in 2020, 2021 and 2022.
TA for Avanced Microeconomics (Prof. Kevin Murphy) in 2019.
TA for Managing the Firm in the Global Economy (Prof. Jonathan Dingel) in 2021.
TA for Business in Historical Perspective (Prof. Richard Hornbeck) in 2022.
TA for Economics 201 (Lecturers Rafael Jimenez and German Villegas Bauer) in 2020.