Social policy and empirical methods consultant

D. student in economics at the University of Maryland. Her research focuses on Economics of Education, Labor Economics and Applied Microeconomics.

She worked as a labor market and social security analyst at the IDB and previously as a researcher at CLAPES UC.


  • Business Management with a major in Economics, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (PUC).
    Master in Economics, PUC.
    Ph.D. (C) in Economics, University of Maryland.


  • “Better teachers, better students? Evidence from Chile” (with Sergio Urzúa), work in progress.
  • “Raising pay-as-you-go pensions: does it increase inequality?” (with Salvador Valdés and Luis Gonzáles), work in progress.