I am Mateo, an Economics Ph.D. student at Johns Hopkins University. My main research interests are in Household Finance and Behavioral Macroeconomics.
I will be on the job market starting this fall (2023). Find my job-market paper here.
I have been an NBER Dissertation Fellow in Behavioral Macroeconomics since 2022. This past summer I was also a Dissertation Fellow at the Macroeconomic and Quantitative Studies section of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System.
I am passionate about quantitative economics and open-source software. I am an avid contributor to econ-ARK, particularly its HARK toolkit for modeling the economic choices of heterogeneous agents. You can see my contributions here.
LACEA-LAMES (Nov.), IEA (Dec.), ASSA (Jan.).14 July, 2023
I will continue as an NBER Dissertation Fellow in Behavioral Macroeconomics for AY-23/24.20 June, 2023
Starting as a Dissertation Fellow at the Federal Reserve Board of Governors.