CV  [pdf] (March 2017)

Academic Positions

Postdoctoral Fellow, Cambridge-INET Institute, University of Cambridge, 2014-present
Associate of the Senior Combination Room, King’s College, Cambridge, 2014-present

Education

Ph.D., Economics, Washington University in St. Louis, 2014
M.A., Economics, Washington University in St. Louis, 2011
Postgraduate Studies, Economics, Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, 2008
B.Sc., Economics, Universidad del CEMA, 2005

Research Fields

Game Theory, Microeconomics.

Publications

“A Folk Theorem with Codes of Conduct and Communication,” (with D. K. Levine), Economic Theory Bulletin, 5 (2017), 9-19.
“Codes of Conduct, Private Information and Repeated Games,” (with D. K. Levine), International Journal of Game Theory, 45, (2016), 971-984.

Working Papers

“Learning Dynamics Based on Social Comparisons,” (with D. Fudenberg and D. K. Levine), 2016.
“Timing and Codes of Conduct,” 2016.
“Codes of Conduct and Bad Reputation,” 2015.

Teaching

University of Cambridge
Lectures on Repeated Games and Reputations (PhD level), Michaelmas term 2016, 2015; Lectures on Strategic Communication (Masters level), Lent term 2016, 2017.
Supervisor (undergraduate level): Economics of Uncertainty and Information, Lent term 2015, 2016, 2017; Game Theory and Welfare, Michaelmas term 2016; General Equilibrium and Welfare Economics, Michaelmas term 2014, 2015.

Washington University in St. Louis
Lecturer (undergraduate level): Introduction to Microeconomics, Summer 2012, 2013; Mathematics for Economists, Fall 2011, 2012; Introduction to Econometrics, Spring 2013, Summer 2011.

Conference and Seminar Presentations

2017: University of Glasgow; University of York.
2016: University of Bristol; University of Edinburgh; University of Oxford; University of Exeter; Lancaster University; University of Vigo; Birkbeck University of London; EEA Geneva.
2015: SAET Conference.
2014: University of Cambridge; ITAM; University of Montreal; 25th International Conference on Game Theory; NASM; University of Kansas Workshop on Economic Theory.
2013: 4th Workshop on Stochastic Methods in Game Theory; 24th International Conference on Game Theory; PET; MOOD 13th Doctoral Workshop in Economic Theory; Midwest Economic Theory Conference, 13th Missouri Economic Theory Conference.
2012: 23rd International Conference on Game Theory; 7th EBIM Workshop on Economic Theory; 49th MVEA Meetings; Lisbon Meetings; NBER/NSF/CEME Conference.

Professional Activities

Co-organizer: Weekly Theory Workshop, 2014-present; Cambridge-INET Economic Theory Workshop, June 2016.
Program committee: 12th Conference on Logic and Foundations of Game and Decision Theory (LOFT12), Maastricht University, July, 2016; 11th Conference on Logic and Foundations of Game and Decision Theory (LOFT11), University of Bergen, July, 2014.
Referee for Games and Economic Behavior, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, Theory and Decision.
Member of the Policy Fellows Network, Centre for Science and Policy, University of Cambridge.

Fellowships, Honors, and Awards

Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship, Washington University in St. Louis, 2013-2014
Summer Research Fellowship, Washington University in St. Louis, 2011, 2012, 2013
Research Assistantship, Economic Theory Center, Washington University in St. Louis, 2011-2012
Graduate School Fellowship, Washington University in St. Louis, 2009-2010
Research Grant, Natl. Agency for Sci. and Technol. Dev., Argentina, 2008-2009

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