I am a Ph.D. candidate in Economics at CUNY, The Graduate Center. I will be on the job market in academic year 2018-19. My research interests lie in the intersection of applied microeconomics and big data. I am particularly interested in predicting economic activity through data collected from social media.
I am an adjunct professor in Microeconomics at Baruch College as well as research fellow for Lev Manovich at the Cultural Analytics Lab. I am an advisor for the MS in Data Analytics and Visualization at The Graduate Center and serve as Visiting Faculty at Strelka Institute for The New Normal postgraduate program. I am also a columnist for El Economista, an economic newspaper in Argentina and co-host a radio show about economics, science and art.
Happy to announce that the Screening Economies book for which I wrote a chapter on “How to Measure the Economy Using Big Data” has been published.
Together with Francesc Ortega and Süleyman Taşpinar, we wrote an article on flood insurance and rising sea levels.
Honored to be presenting at the Seminar in Applied Economics at CUNY, Graduate Center on November 27. Check out the full lineup here.
My slides for my guest lecture on introduction to R at the Data Visualization and Design MS course at The Graduate Center can be found here.
Read our new working paper on the effects of flood insurance on the housing market (together with Francesc Ortega and Süleyman Taşpinar).
Ph.D. in Economics
CUNY, The Graduate Center
M.S. in Economics
Universidad de San Andrés
Licenciatura in Economics
Universidad de Buenos Aires
Cultural Analytics Lab
The World Bank