Industrial organization and empirical methods consultant


PhD. in economics from Georgetown University, and professor at the Business School of the Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM). His research focuses on Industrial Organization and Structural Econometrics. He has been mainly dedicated to the study of the effect of mergers on competition in the dialysis market, and the sources and consequences of monopsony power (buying power) in the livestock sector (both in the USA).
He has taught Introduction to Economics (PUC), Microeconomics, International Finance (Georgetown), and Business Strategy (ITAM).


  • Business Administration’s degree with a major in Economics, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (PUC).
  • Master in Economics with mention in Industrial Organization, PUC.
  • Master of Science in Economics, Tilburg (The Netherlands).
    Ph.D. in Economics, Georgetown.

Awards and Recognition

  • Razin prize (Georgetown). Award for the best paper produced by a doctoral student.


  • “An Aggregative Approach to Price Equilibrium Among Multi-Product Firms.” Under review, RAND Journal of Economics.