A reason of why Poverty persists:The importance of preventing Negative feedback loops in Economic Growth.The major focus of the theory about economic growth has been on input aspects of socio-economic interaction. For […]
Chief Analyst at econometricus.com.
Master of Science in Public Affairs (2013).
University of Massachusetts-Boston.
BA History (2005).
Pontifical Xavierian University (Bogotá, Colombia).
Year: 2014 – current.
• Econometric analysis of major United States Economic Measures.
• Estimation of parameters for comprehensive economic models.
• Time series analysis.
• Statistical modeling and regression analysis.
• Macroeconomic analysis.
• Quantitative and qualitative analysis of monetary policies.
News analysis: five New England Newspapers on the naturalization issue (Sept 14th 2010). One of the recurrent critiques at the Media and Public policy workshop was the superficiality of media coverage. Students […]
Performance of federal public agency for economic development: the Economic Development Administration (EDA) 1965-2010.
The eternal and controversial role of the state in fostering and bolstering economic development has been advanced -substantially and theoretically- since the second half of the twenty century. The administration of JFK […]
In spite of the few positive news about american economy and its recovery, Poverty Reduction is still being a major challenge to the Federal and Local States in the United States. The […]
The Fiscal Years 2002, 2003, 2007 and 2009 in Massachusetts represent examples of budgetary arrangements. In 2009 under the 9C cuts, the State adjusted its budget from a projected spending of U$18.986.971.941 […]
The argument of the relationship between economic freedom and political freedom made by Milton Friedman is bolstered in six pillars that vary from historical evidence, theoretical thoughts and even general assumptions. However, […]
The following analysis aims at assessing the managerial craft of General David Petraeus. It is relevant to clarify what we understand by CRAFT: “Craft is defined as the ways public managers attempt […]
Personal Income Tax (PIT) is perceived as the most progressive tax available for state revenues. Compared to Property and sales taxes, PIT adhere the “ability-to-pay” principle because -most of the times- the […]
Introduction: The Great Recession has revived the debate over Keynesian effect on Aggregate Demand. The debate is being tackled by three fronts: the effectiveness of fiscal policy; the number of dollars for […]
Public Management’s backbone: the Rule of Law. There are three aspects of the readings that probably went involuntary unnoticed by the class last night. Regarding the Rule of Law, we should also […]