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Research interests

I aim to understand the drivers of strategic social behavior within organizations and how managerial decisions can influence these behaviors to create greater value. Evidence suggests that value creation is greatly affected by how organizations rethink the way in which they operate considering the diverse networks of interactions created, sustained, and activated by different actors driven by diverse motives. My research agenda focuses on disentangling strategic behavior and network content from network structure, with the intention of moving the academic discussion from independent effects to complementary effects of networks of different nature and challenging the assumption that network structure mirrors network content and behavior.

Social Networks, organization, strategic management. 


Assistant Professor, Tilburg University, Tilburg, The Netherlands, August 2019- Present          

Assistant Professor, Universidad De Los Andes Facultad de Administracion, Bogota, Colombia, 2018-2019

Project Manager/Graduate School Instructor, Central American Technological University, Tegucigalpa, June 2012- Jul 2013

Head of Entrepreneurship, Central American Technological University, Dec 2008- Jun 2010

Project Manager, Banco Ficohsa, Honduras, October 2007- Dec 2008

Business Process Analyst, Banco Ficohsa, Honduras, Jun 2004- Jul 2006

Current courses

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Education/Academic qualification

Business administration, organizational science, PhD, Cumlaude - Bocconi University


Social and public administration, Master’s Degree, Highest distinction- Carnegie Mellon University


Civil engineering, Master’s Degree, Chalmers University of Technology



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