Most people's social interactions take place in their neighborhood. This is where girls, boys, and young people form their preferences and opinions about others. It is also the place where social norms are regulated. As a result, how individuals value education and its expected benefits is influenced by the values and norms of the neighborhoods in which they live. What is the … [Read more...] about Tell Me Where You Live, And I’ll Tell You Who You Are: Neighborhood of Residence’s Impact On Educational Outcomes
Director of the Department of Economics at Universidad ORT Uruguay. He has worked as a Consultant for the Uruguayan government and international organizations like the Inter American Development Bank the World Bank and the International Food and Policy Research Institute. He has also worked as a consultant for private firms in issues of antitrust and competition law.