I was born and raised in Chile. There I studied mostly economics, but also quite a bit of sociology, and philosophy. I worked then as a researcher in policy-relevant areas of economics (at J-PAL) both in Chile and in India, and I also taught philosophy of science and economics in Chile. I decided to bring those interests closer together by studying philosophy of the social sciences at the LSE. I look forward now to continue doing so in my Ph.D. at Cambridge HPS. My goal is to develop rigorous philosophical analyses of the theoretical and normative aspects of science, with a special focus on the social sciences. I expect this research to inform not only internal debates in philosophy of science, but also in economics, and in the interdisciplinary debates that surround public policy disputes.
University of Colorado at Boulder 2022 Philosophy
London School of Economics & Political Science (Un 2016 Philosophy of the Social Scien
Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile (Catholic 2011 Economics