I am originally from Bahía Blanca, Argentina. I studied economics in my country and at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra (Barcelona), before receiving my PhD in Economics in 2006 from the University of London under the supervision of Marco Mariotti. During 2007-08, I was Research Fellow at the Wallis Institute of Political Economy of the University of Rochester (US). Since then I’ve been affiliated to the University of Manchester (UK), where I am Associate Professor (Senior Lecturer) and Programme Director of the Bachelor in Economic Science. My fields of specialization are microeconomic theory, political economy and social choice. For more information about my academic life, see my Curriculum Vitae.
1. A Proof for ‘Who is a J’ Impossibility Theorem, Economics Bulletin, Vol. 32, Issue 1, 2012, 494-501.
3. Strategy-Proofness and Single-Crossing, Theoretical Economics, Vol. 4, No 2, 2009, 127-163.
4. On the Existence and Uniqueness of Nash Equilibrium in Electoral Competition Games: The Hybrid Case, Journal of Public Economic Theory, Vol. 10, No 5, 2008, 827-857.
6. Single-Crossing, Strategic Voting and the Median Choice Rule (with F. Tohmé), Social Choice and Welfare, Vol. 26, No 2, 2006, 363-383.
1. Power Sharing and Electoral Equilibrium, Economics Discussion Paper No. 1301, University of Manchester, 2013.
2. Political Motivations and Electoral Competition: Equilibrium Analysis and Experimental Evidence, (with M. Drouvelis and N. Vriend), Economics Discussion Paper No. 1119, University of Manchester, 2011.
3. Power, Ideology, and Electoral Competition, Economics Discussion Paper No. 1003, University of Manchester, 2010.
· Mathematical Economics (B.Sc. Manchester).
· Microeconomics (M.A. Manchester).
· Political Economy (Ph.D. Rochester).
· Topics in Economic Theory (Ph.D. Manchester).
Last updated: April 2013