I am currently an Assistant Professor at the University of Nottingham's School of Economics and a CEPR Research
Affiliate. I am the deputy-director of Nottingham's Interdisciplinary Centre for Economic and Political Research.
I grew up in Colombia, with some interludes in France. I completed all my studies in France (ENS - Ulm, PSE, and Sciences Po). After receiving a PhD in Economics
from Sciences Po in 2016, 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 deep-rooted determinants of economic and political inequalities. I am particularly interested in the role of culture on economic
and political outcomes. For instance, my previous work has studied the role of religion on development. My current research agenda focuses on gender and women's empowerment.
2012-16: Sciences Po. PhD in Economics
2007-12: École Normale Supérieure - Ulm
2010-11: Harvard University. Visiting graduate student
2008-10: Paris School of Economics. Masters' Degree (APE)
2020: BA/Leverhulme research grant for project on the British Suffrage Movement.
2019: Upjohn Institute for Employment Research Early Career Research Award,
UoN STEMM Change EDI Grant for project on gender differences in
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