Expertise: labour economics, organisational economics, crime, migration, education, inequality, poverty
Biography:Diego is an Assistant Professor at Stockholm University. He joined the CEP in 2013 and is a member of the Community Programme. His research interests include labour economics, organisational economics, economic history, development economics and economics of crime.
Current Areas of Research:
Role of brief social interactions on labor market outcomes.
The role of communication within organisations.
Peer effects and productivity in open plan workplaces.
Local effects of executions on crime.
- PhD in Economics, London School of Economics (2018)
- MRes in Economics, London School of Economics (2013)
- M.A. in Economics, Universidad Nacional de La Plata (2010)
- B.A. Economics, Universidad Nacional de Cuyo (2006)
Affiliations/Professional activities with other institutions:
- UCL - School of Management
- Adjunct Teaching Fellow
- “Could an increase in education raise income inequality? Evidence from Latin America” with L. Gasparini and C. García-Domench. Latin American Journal of Economics. Vol. 51 No. 1 (MAY, 2014), 1–39. ISSN: 2198-3526
- “Income and Beyond: Multidimensional Poverty in Six Latin American Countries” with G. Cruces, L.F. Lopez-Calva, M.A. Lugo and M.E. Santos. Social Indicators Research, 1-24. ISSN:0303-8300 (2013)
- "Refining the Basic Needs Approach: A multidimensional analysis of poverty in Latin America" with M. E. Santos, M. A. Lugo, L. F. López Calva and G. Cruces. Research on Economic Inequality. vol. 18 p.1-29 ISSN 1049-2585. (2010)