Detailed CV in PDF.


Vanderbilt University, Assistant Professor of Economics, 2015 – Present. Cowles Foundation (Yale University), Visiting Assistant Professor, Fall 2018


Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Ph.D. in Economics, 2015. Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, MA in Economics, 2011. Ibmec-MG, BA in Economics (Summa cum laude), 2009. University of Arkansas, Visiting Student in Economics, Fall 2007.


Econometric Theory, Policy Evaluation, Semi and Nonparametric Methods, Specification Testing.


  1. Testing for Uncorrelated Residuals in Dynamic Count Models with an Application to Corporate Bankruptcy, Journal of Business & Economic Statistics, vol. 35 (3), 349-358, 2017.

Working Papers

  1. Difference-in-Differences with Multiple Time Periods and an Application on the Minimum Wage and Employment (with Brantly Callaway), 2018
  2. Distribution Regression in Survival Analysis with an Application to Unemployment Duration (with Miguel A. Delgado and Andrés García-Suaza), 2018
  3. Nonparametric Tests for Treatment Effect Heterogeneity with Censored data, 2017 [SUBMITTED]
    (This supersedes the previous version titled: “Nonparametric Tests for Conditional Treatment Effect Models with Duration Outcomes”, 2014)
  4. Specification Test for the Propensity Score (with Xiaojun Song), 2016 [SUBMITTED]
  5. Program Evaluation with Right Censored Data, 2016 [SUBMITTED]


  1. kmte: An R package for Treatment Effects with Censored Outcomes, available at
  2. pstest: An R Package to assess the goodness of fit of parametric propensity score models, available at
  3. did: An R Package for Differences-in-Differences with multiple time peridos, available at