Economics PhD Candidate

Emory University


I am currently a PhD Candidate in Economics at Emory University. After obtaining my undergraduate and master’s degrees in Economics at Universidad EAFIT in Colombia, I came to Atlanta to continue my studies. My research work covers theoretical and applied econometrics, with a focus on Bayesian analysis. I have also been fortunate enough to have taught my own courses in economic principles and econometrics, furthering my passion for teaching.

I am currently a job market candidate for 2020-21 and will be available for virtual interviews in both the EEA and AEA meetings.


  • Econometrics
  • Bayesian methods
  • Microeconometric applications


  • PhD in Economics, 2021 (Expected)

    Emory University

  • MsC in Economics, 2015

    Universidad EAFIT

  • BA in Economics, 2013

    Universidad EAFIT

Job Market Paper


Download   the latest version of my job market paper titled “Copula Estimation and Model Selection with Multivariate Fractional Outcomes”. You can also watch this short video presentation that covers the main ideas and contributions: