I am an Associate Professor of Economics at Emory University.
My research interests lie in Applied Econometrics, particularly in Causal Inference. In the last few years, I have focused on better understanding and improving Difference-in-Differences methods. I am currently an Associate Editor for the Journal of Business & Economic Statistics
Before joining Emory, I was an Assistant Professor at Vanderbilt University, a Principal Researcher in the Office of the Chief Economist at Microsoft, and an Amazon Visiting Academic at SCOT. I received my Ph.D. in economics in 2015 from Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain, and my BA in economics from Ibmec-MG, Brazil, in 2009.
From time to time, I offer a comprehensive DiD course. Check Causal Solutions' website for detailed information.
My paper with Jonathan Roth (Brown University), "Efficient Estimation for Staggered Rollout Designs.", has just been accepted for publication at JPE: Micro. We hope you enjoy reading the paper as much as we enjoyed working on it.