I am a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Econometrics for the Adam Smith Business School at the University of Glasgow. I completed my undergraduate and master’s studies at Universidad EAFIT in Colombia before moving to Atlanta to complete my PhD at Emory University.
My research work covers theoretical and applied econometrics, with a focus on Bayesian methods, and attempts to present rigorous solutions to problems that arise in applied microeconomic settings. Currently, I am particularly interested in the econometric challenges inherent to network and spatial data. I am also passionate about teaching and have taught several courses in Econometrics and Bayesian methods at an undergraduate and graduate level.
PhD in Economics, 2021
MA in Economics, 2019
MsC in Economics, 2015
BA in Economics, 2013