I am an Economic Historian with interest in Economic Theory and Industrial Organization.

I received a PhD in Economics at Northwestern University in 2014. My thesis was centered on traditional irrigation communities in Murcia, Spain. I am interested in water allocation and agricultural communities. My most recent work studies historical inequality and social mobility, in both sides of the Atlantic.

I am happy to announce that, together with Leticia Arroyo Abad, we received a National Science Foundation grant to study migrant networks and the role of human capital and institutions in long term development in the Americas.

We are organizing a conference next fall about the role on human capital in long-term development in the Americas.

Check out the call for papers here.



Classical Measurement Error

Old Auction Room in Mula

Plots bought by LA 1904-1934

Worldwide Rituals for Rain



Assistant Professor of Economics

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