I’m an economist interested in behavioral science and social policy. I’m currently a Senior Associate at ideas42, where I help apply behavioral insights to improve public services. Previously I worked for the Education Global Practice at the World Bank, focusing on a school survey in East Africa. I got my MPA from LSE in 2017 and my BA in Economics from Yale in 2010.
I’m involved in Politikon, a network of Spanish social scientists and policymakers interested in making social science accessible. I’ve co-written a couple of books, La Urna Rota (The Broken Ballot Box) and El Muro Invisible (The Invisible Wall). Both of them are about institutional reform and policy challenges in Spain.
Oh, and I love #Rstats and data visualization.
Master's in Public Administration, 2017
London School of Economics
BA in Economics and International Studies, 2010