Economic Affairs Officer at the UN Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean.
Master of Economics, Boston University and Ingeniero Comercial, University of Chile.
Previously was Senior Economist at the Finance Ministry, Chile, and directed several research projects as Economic Affairs Officer at ECLAC.
“The sub-prime crisis in United States and the financial regulation and supervision: lessons for Latin America and the Caribbean” (in Spanish), with Sandra Manuelito and Filipa Correia, Serie Macroeconomía del Desarrollo, N. 79, ECLAC, 2009.
Venture Capital and innovation in Latin America. CEPAL Review 96, April, 2009.
Risk capital and financial mechanisms to foster innovation in Brazil and Chile (in Spanish). Serie Desarrollo Productivo 177, ECLAC, 2007.
Risk capital for innovation: lessons from developed countries (in Spanish). Serie Desarrollo Productivo 173, ECLAC, 2006.