I am an Economics PhD student at the University of Manchester.
My fields of interest are public finance and development microeconomics.
My dissertation focuses on analysing how taxation and other regulations affect the informality of firms and workers in developing economies with low enforcement capacity. I am under the supervision of Dr Mazhar Waseem and Professor James Banks.
Prior to starting my doctoral studies, I worked in research at the Universidad de Costa Rica, joining academic projects as well as collaborations with international organisations and local authorities for policy analysis.
Master of Economics, University of Sussex
Award Date: 20 Sep 2018
Bachelor of Economics, University of Costa Rica
Award Date: 25 Jul 2014