I am Assistant Professor of Economics at the Department of Economics of the Universidad de La Laguna in Tenerife, Spain.
Macroeconomics and Public Economics are my two main research fields. So I am interested in economic growth, the development process and the interaction with corruption and predation.
Regarding to Public Economics, I am interested in behavioral economics and its applications to tax evasion, criminal activity and macro topics in general. I also have interest in Political Economics and their contribution to explain public finance issues and intergenerational problems.
Population Economics and Household decisions are my other research fields. In particular, I have studied issues of the labor supply and intergenerational composition of households.