I am an applied microeconomist on the Job Market with the European University Institute, where I received my PhD in Economics in 2017, under the supervision of Andrea Mattozzi and Andrea Ichino.
My research is on Development, Experimental Economics, Organizational Economics and Networks. My job market paper studies the relationship between group size and the effect of skills diversity on workers' productivity.
For the last two years I have been working as an Economic Advisor for the Ministry of Economy and Finance of Guinea-Bissau. I am the founder and director of the Bissau Economics Lab, in collaboration with the Economics department of the Universidade Lusófona.
I am available for interviews at the EEA meeting in Naples, the SAEe meeting in Madrid and the ASSA meeting in Atlanta.