In this section, you may find my research on economics, education and health. My fields are International Macroeconomics and Development Economics, but my interest has led me to study educational and medical topics where I apply a set of economic and mathematical tools.


“The Income Inequality and Carbon Emissions Trade-Off Revisited” (2020) with A. Lastuka at Energy Policy 139, pp. 111302.

“The Distributional Consequences of Trade Liberalization: Consumption Tariff versus Investment Tariff Reduction” (2018) with S. Turnovsky at the Journal of Development Economics 134(1), pp. 392-415.

“Tariff Reduction and Income Inequality: Some Empirical Evidence” (2017) with S. Turnovsky at the Open Economies Review 28(4), pp. 603-631.

“The Consequences of Tariff Reduction for Economic Activity and Inequality” (2015) with S. Turnovsky at the Open Economies Review 26(4), pp. 601-631.


“Strengths and limitations of mathematical models in pandemics – the case of COVID-19 in Chile” (2020) at Medwave 20(3), pp. 1-3.

“Response to First-Line Treatment in eligible patients to Autologous Stem Transplantation. Time for a Change?” (2019) with C. Peña, M. Espinoza et al. at Revista Médica de Chile 147(12), pp. 1561-1568.