Bio and CV


I am a lecturer in Economics at the University of Nottingham's School of Economics.

I was born in Colombia, where I grew up until I was 18 years old. 

I received a PhD in Economics from Sciences Po, Paris in 2016. After that I was a Career Development Fellow at the University of Oxford (Pembroke College), where I was attached to the Economic and Social History Research group.

My work aims at understanding the long-term determinants of spatial inequality using a quantitative historical perspective. I am particularly interested in the role of culture —especially religion— on development, but this is not my only subject.




Education

2012-16: Sciences Po. PhD in Economics

2007-12: École Normale Supérieure - Ulm (BL)

2010-11: Harvard University. Visiting graduate student

2008-10: Paris School of Economics. MPhil

Scholarships & grants

2020: BA/Leverhulme research grant for project on the Britsh Suffrage Movement.
2019:  Upjohn Institute for Employment Research Early Careeer Research Award,

UoN Stemm Change EDI Grant for project on gender differences in
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2016: John Fell Fund (Oxford University)
2015: Rokos Carrer Development fellowship
2012: Allocation ministérielle de doctorat
2010: Warburg Fund (Harvard University)

2010: Herschel-Smith ENS/Harvard exchange scholarship