He has been a full Professor and Researcher in the Department of Statistics at ITAM since 2001. He has a Bachelor and a Master degree in Mathematics from UAM, as well as, a Master degree in Statistics from Iowa State University. He received his Ph.D. from The University of New Mexico in economics. He is a member of the National System of Researchers, level I. He has been visitor professor at Texas A&M University (Bush School) and The University of New Mexico. He has been advisor in projects for SEDESOL, CONACYT/BIRF and UNDP Mexico. His research focuses on interdisciplinary research questions related to finance, labor market, environment and health economics.
Topics of Interest
- Statistics applied to finance
- Time Series Analysis
- Multivariate analysis