I am currently a Postdoctoral Associate in the Social Science Division at New York University Abu Dhabi and an incoming assistant professor in the Social Research and Public Policy program at the same institution (Fall 2024).
My research lies at the interface of economic sociology, social networks, and computational social science. I broadly consider how organizational structures and network dynamics impact beliefs about unequal rewards and prosocial behaviors and the mechanisms that feed back to sustain or disrupt these social systems. I study these processes across multiple domains, including reward systems, status hierarchies, social norms, and cultural diversity.
My approach to research is to choose the methodological tool that fits the theoretical question at hand, which has led me to learn different computational and methodological skills, such as experimental design, multilevel modeling, network models, machine learning, and natural language processing.
You can see my CV here.
Ph.D. in Sociology, 2020
M.A. in Sociology, 2012
Universidad Catolica de Chile
B.A. in Philosophy, 2009
Universidad de los Andes (Chile)