He has been mainly dedicated to economic analysis in areas such as public policy, free competition, and estimation of damages through the use of statistics and econometrics. Academically, he has participated in research on corruption, public policy, environment and transportation with economists Francisco Gallego, Juan Pablo Montero, and Nano Barahona.
He also teaches Introduction to Economics at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.
- Master’s degree in Economics, PUC.
- Bachelor’s degree in Business Management,
with a major in Economics, PUC.