Economic History, Development and Data Viz


Ph.D. Candidate Development Economics

(The Fusion of Two Cultures 1960, MNH)

Collection of colonial data

Welcome to my personal website


I am a Ph.D. candidate in Development Economics at The Graduate Institute-Geneva. Previously, I worked for the Mexican government and UN development agencies. My research interests cover economic history, education, and violence. Passionate about data science but especially the joint field of machine learning and economics.

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Resources


Packages and Data

R functions for fuzzy nested matching and other utilities

Teaching

Some notes for undergrads on Microeconomics and Macroeconmics

Presentations

Evaluation and public policy presentations

Links

Relevant Causal Inference and Machine Learning material

Contact information


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