I am currently working on a project that carries out Data Science, Machine Learning and NLP (natural language processing) models to study behavioral responses to crises (i.e violence produced by Urban Warfare, Terrorism), and complex social interactions;  by exploring experimental measures of subjective well-being, risk perception and policy preferences. 

I received a Ph.D. in Regional Science from Cornell University. I do research in Behavioral Economics and Network Analysis.  One side of my research interest is to measure decision making in violent scenarios by using multiple methods (e.g., experiments, surveys) to track well-being and evaluate policies.  On this website, you will find links to my papers, code, and outline of courses available to teach.

I am participating in the 2018/2019 Economics Job Market and I will be available for interviews at the 2019 AEA meetings in Atlanta.