I am a Visiting Researcher at the University of Guadalajara. I received a Ph.D. (2017) from Cornell University and an MS (2006) in Economics from the University of Guadalajara. My work has focused on concepts from Behavioral Economics and Network Theory applied to the analysis of well-being, risk perception and preferences in locations affected by violence.
I use experimental, analytical, and computational techniques [methods at the intersection of Machine Learning (ML), NLP (Natural Language Processing), and Econometrics] that can advance our understanding of both the immediate and longer-term behavioral responses of citizens to violent events and their effects on well-being.
Data Science (Machine Learning, NLP)