I am an Assistant Professor of Economics at the Department of Economics at Lund University. I am also a Research Fellow at IZA and at DIW Berlin.
Before coming to Lund, I completed my Ph.D. at CEMFI in Madrid, Spain.
My research interests lie primarily in Labor Economics and Development Economics, with a particular focus on human capital formation and returns to skills. You can find pdf copies of my papers and presentation slides below.
Africa's Skill Tragedy: Does Teachers' Lack of Knowledge Lead to Low Student Performance?
Journal of Human Resources, forthcoming (with Marc Piopiunik and Simon Wiederhold).
Extra material: slides.
The Long-Term Impacts of Low-Achieving Childhood Peers: Evidence from Project STAR.
Working paper, September 2016.
The Effect of Working Hours on Health.
Working Paper, July 2017 (with Inés Berniell).
Preschool Attendance, School Progression, and Cognitive Skills in East Africa.
Working Paper, November 2017 (with Sanna Ericsson and Fredrick Wamalwa).
Three Essays on School Organization, Student Performance, and Long-Term Outcomes.
Free pdf copy available upon request.