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Professor in the economics area at FCE, Universidad Austral since 2015, and invited professor at the School of Government, Universidad Torcuato Di Tella (UTDT) since 2007. He completed his Ph.D. in Business at IAE Business School in 2016.

His research is focused in the micro-economics of markets and entrepreneurship, and in the design of public policies and programs, particularly in developing countries. He studies methods for causal identification, including the design of impact evaluations for programs and interventions, the use of machine learning techniques in econometrics and causal inference.  He has worked in financial markets, entrepreneurial finance, and land and housing markets.

He is an associate researcher at the UTDT Center for Urban Policy and Housing, and the Entrepreneurial Finance Observatory of the U. Austral. He has received funding for his research and worked as a consultant for specialized agencies and institutes, such as the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, the Development Bank for Latin America (CAF), the Inter-American Development Bank, the World Bank, and national and local level governments.
In the private sector, he has consulted in the design and development of machine learning systems and in the exploitation of big data for business intelligence, as a consultant for Poincenot Technology Studio and BIND Banco Industrial, since 2017, in the fintech sector.

His teaching includes courses in economics, particularly microeconomics, entrepreneurship and economics of markets, and courses related to quantitative modeling using data, such econometrics, causal inference and machine learning.
He completed his undergraduate and post-graduate studies in economics at UTDT, and his PhD at IAE Business School, as a Conicet-IAE fellow.


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