Working Papers and Work in Progress
1. Explaining gender differences in migrant sorting: Evidence from Canada-US migration (Job Market Paper)
with Chris Minns and Miko Lepisto
2. The impact of violence during the Mexican Revolution on Migration to the United States (Draft coming soon)
3. Can social pensions reduce poverty? Evidence from Mexico
with Clemente Ávila-Parra and Oscar Gálvez-Soriano
Revisions submitted to Economic Inquiry.
4. Initial determinants of Mexican mass migration (New draft coming soon)
2018 New Researcher Poster Prize, Economic History Society
2018 Poster Prize, World Economic History Congress
5. The effects of immigration on inequality in an agricultural economy: Evidence from Brazil in the Age of Mass Migration
6. Minimum wages and gender inequality in the long run: Evidence from Mexico
1. Migrant Self-Selection and Random Shocks: Evidence from the Panic of 1907
with Moramay López-Alonso.
The Journal of Economic History, Forthcoming.
2. Life after crossing the border: Assimilation during the first Mexican mass migration
Explorations in Economic History, October 2021.
3. Revisiting Mexican migration in the Age of Mass Migration: New evidence from individual border crossings
Historical Methods, April 2020.
1. Revolution in development: Mexico and the governance of the global economy
Economic History Review, July 2021 (Book Review).
2. Cliometric Essays on Mexican migration to the United States
Ph.D. Thesis, London School of Economics and Political Science, January 2020.
2022 Dissertation Prize Finalist, World Economic History Congress.
3. La pobreza rural en México. Perspectivas de política pública*
with Ricardo Aparicio and Nayeli Salgado
In El agro y las áreas rurales en el México del siglo XXI, UNAM, 2014. Available only in Spanish.
* Pre-Ph.D. publication.