In Conversation With: Mark Duggan and SIEPR Graduate Fellows
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SIEPR supports the next generation of researchers at the cutting edge of economic policy research. Graduate student support may take the form of funding for purchasing data or providing other research support. At other times, SIEPR covers the cost of the final year of a student’s graduate fellowship to enable them to complete their dissertation and launch their career.
This small-group conversation with SIEPR Director Mark Duggan will offer the opportunity to learn more about SIEPR Graduate Fellows, hear about their research, ask questions, and engage in an open dialogue.
About the speakers
Mark A. Israel Dissertation Fellowship
Nano Barahona is a PhD Candidate at Stanford University. He's starting a post-doc at UC Berkeley starting in July, where he will start a position as Assistant Profesor in 2022. His main research interests lie in the fields of industrial organization and public economics, with a focus on understanding the effects of public policy implementations and their interactions with firm behavior. Nano also holds a BS in Industrial Engineering from Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile and a MA in economics from the same institution.
Ana Trindade Ribeiro
Shultz Graduate Student Fellowship in Economic Policy
Ana has recently started her Ph.D. in the Economics of Education program at Stanford GSE. She holds an MSc in Economics from Universidade de São Paulo (USP) and a BA in Economics from Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio). On her Master's thesis, she evaluated the post-college outcomes from one of the first higher education affirmative action policies in Brazil. She focuses on the use of quantitative methods and economic incentives rationale to evaluate education policies, mostly related to higher education.
E.S. Shaw and B.F. Haley Fellowship for Economics
Akhil Vohra is a PhD student in the department of economics at Stanford University. His research is in applied microeconomic theory, with a focus on market design, networks, and political economy. He will be a fellow at the University of Cambridge for the upcoming 2021-22 academic year. He will then join the department of economics at the University of Georgia (Terry College of Business) as an assistant professor.