Gustavo’s research topics includes trade and migration policies, crime and conflict, and fiscal federalism.

My research centers on Political Economy, Economic Development and International Economics. I am not only interested in understanding how institutions influence economic outcomes, but also in the determinants of institutions and institutional change.

In particular, there are three lines of research in which I focus my work: (i) economic structure and institutions, (ii) institutions and public policies, and (iii) experimental political economy.

PhD, Washington University, Economics, 2013
MA, Univesidad del CEMA, Argentina, Economics, 2006
BA, Univervidad Nacional de Rosario, Argentina, Economics, 2003