I am a Senior Economist at the Bank for International Settlements Americas Office in Mexico City.



My research lies in the intersection of international finance and macroeconomics. It aims at understanding how the increasing interconnectedness of global markets affects the economy. In my work, I use statistical analyses and applied econometrics to generate data-driven insights about economic issues.


"Corporate Dollar Debt and Depreciations: All’s well that ends well?" IDB Research Department, manuscript (under revision).

"On Corporate Borrowing, Credit Spreads and Business Cycles in Emerging Economies, An Empirical Investigation," with Fernández and Park, IDB working paper #719.

Journal of International Economics. Vol. 118, pp. 160-178. May 2019.

"Bank Linkages and International Trade,"with Candelaria and Hale. IDB Working Paper #445.

Journal of International Economics. Vol. 115, pp. 30-47, November 2018.