Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow
Ph.D. Georgia State University
My main areas of research are public economics, applied microeconomics, and fiscal federalism. I am currently focused on the analysis of tax distortions, normative and positive models of public expenditures, and the assignment of revenue sources in fiscally decentralized countries. I obtained my Ph.D. in Economics from Georgia State University (GSU) in 2010. In recent years, I worked in the International Center for Public Policy at GSU, where I coauthored several policy reports on fiscal decentralization and intergovernmental transfers for the governments of Peru, Romania and Nicaragua.
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