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Since 2010 I teach at Bolivia’s Catholic University (Business School) and I am an associate researcher at the Socioeconomic Institute (IISEC) that is part of the same institution. My fields of interest are international macroeconomics, fiscal decentralization and economic development. I majored in Industrial Engineering and obtained my master’s degree in Applied Economics from Georgetown University (summa cum laude). I also took an executive program at Harvard University (Macroeconomic Policy) and another one at the Local Autonomy College (Local Governance) in Tokyo. Before joining the academia I gained seventeen years of work experience, mostly in the areas of public finance and international development. My dissertation at Tilburg focuses on Mundell’s macroeconomic trilemma and its middle-ground importance.

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