My research focuses on empirical corporate finance, financial intermediation, and household finance. My research agenda uses rich micro datasets to explore how compensation incentives, loan officers’ limited attention, and lack of human capital impact bank monitoring and their effects on moral hazard outcomes.
My previous academic background includes a MA in Economics from Duke University (NC, USA), and a Bachelor in Economics from Central American University (Nicaragua).
Outside of academia, I have worked in commercial and investment banking in Latin America.
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