About me

I am currently a Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics at Union College, Schenectady, NY.

My research interests are related to Environmental Economics, Game Theory and Consumer Economics. More precisely I’m interested in firms’ green labeling decisions and the emergence of greenwashing in contexts of asymmetric information, and consumer preferences for food, innovation and information. I’m also a passionate of Rural Development issues.

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Academic Appointments

Visiting Assistant Professor, Economics Department, Union College, September 2020–present.

Research Assistant, School of Economic Sciences, Washington State University, August 2016–May 2020.

Research Associate, Department of Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology, University of Idaho, February 2015–May 2016.

Research-Teaching Assistant / Project Researcher, Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Cordoba, Spain, May 2005–January 2015.


Ph.D. in Economics, Washington State University (2020).

Ph.D. in Rural Development, University of Cordoba, Spain (2014).

M.S. in Rural Development, University of Córdoba, Spain (2010).

B.S. in Environmental Management, University of Wales, United Kingdom – Centro de Estudios Superiores Marcelo Spínola, Spain (2002).