As a Macroeconomist I mainly investigate government policies and labor market issues.

My main area of interest is Macroeconomics, with a focus on Public Economics, and Labor and Demographic Economics. Examples include fiscal policies, taxation, public expenditures and pensions, debt, unemployment, retirement, or informal labor markets. Also, I am interested in International Economics, namely, international trade and competitiveness.

I primarily use Quantitative Macroeconomic Modeling techniques, such as D(S)GE models, New Keynesian models, or models with overlapping generations. However, I am also familiar with (Macro)econometrics, in particular, (S)VAR, time series econometrics, or panel econometrics.