Bio

I am PhD in Applied Economics and I am working at the Office of Strategic Planning and Development Effectiveness (SPD) at the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB)

My current research lies at the intersection of governance tax and digital technology, through the application of a both experimental and non-experimental impact evaluation (IE) strategies based on a RCT, RDD, DID and PSM techniques. My training focuses on development economics, implementation of governance and tax reforms projects and impact evaluation techniques. Key research interests: government, e-procurement, transparency & corruption, tax reform and justice reform.

Prior to joining the IDB I spent more than 4 years working at the World Bank providing expert advice on the design, implementation and evaluation of governance and social protection interventions, and experimental & non-experimental impact evaluations (IEs) in Latin America, the Middle East and South Asia.

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