I have lead and contributed to analytical and operational projects focused on designing policy solutions for improving service delivery in justice sector entities. I have also worked in other topics using quantitative and qualitative methods, such as procurement, PFM, tax, among others. I have worked in projects in Mexico, Colombia, Peru, Bolivia, Paraguay, El Salvador, Ecuador, Morocco and Pakistan. Having a clear understanding of the counterparts’ technical needs have allowed me to generate several RAS’ in LAC (consultancies), especially in middle income countries, such as Colombia, Mexico and Peru.
Before coming to the World Bank, I was an associate professor at the Law School of ITAM, where I taught economic analysis of the law, labor and employment law. I have published papers in the Journal of Empirical Legal Studies, Comparative Labor Law and Policy Journal, as well as in other peer-reviewed journals. I hold a doctoral degree in law and a master in statistics from Stanford University.
legislation / regulations
research & development
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