My research deals primarily with mortgage-backed securities, particularly two of its aspects: information content of prices and market stability. My secondary field is Behavioral Economics. Some of my recent research deals with collective action problems in the presence of government interventions. I study how a large-scale conditional cash transfer program in Colombia has improved communities' ability to coordinate, as measured using economic games in the field. Prior to graduate studies, I worked in London as a quantitative analyst for Credit Suisse and Royal Bank of Scotland.