I teach various levels of economics courses at the University of Miami for the Department of Economics and International Studies. Since 2005, I have been working, researching, and publishing under the umbrella of the European Union Center of Excellence at the University of Miami as an Associate Editor.
My academic background has allowed me to become an economic researcher and analyst which has help me produce innovative academic work, take part in conferences, and participate in leading TV programs as economic commentator.
TEACHING AND ADVISING EXPERIENCE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI
- School of Business
Department of Economics, – Spring 2006-Present
Department of Economics, Undergraduate Academic Advisor – Fall 2009-Present
- College of Arts and Science
Department of International Studies, – Spring 2006-Present
PUBLICATIONS AND RESEARCH PROJECTS
My research interests are in the areas of economics with a link to political events and social issues with special reference to the European Union (EU), unemployment, the euro, and the foreign exchange market. On this note, my research has four focuses. First, my research analyzes the evolution of the European political, economic, and monetary integration process. Second, I study the evolution of the euro and its implication for the Eurozone and the EU from a political, economic and social point of view.
Third, my research focuses on the role of the euro in the foreign exchange market vis-à-vis other currencies. Finally, my work assesses the implication of the European integration development in other countries mainly in Latin America where the integration process has stalled due to internal mistrust and external lack of support