Investigadora Responsable Suplente
Andrea Repetto is PhD in Economics (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA). She is Professor of Economics at the School of Government, University Adolfo Ibáñez, Santiago de Chile, Academic Director of the Master Program in Economics at the same University, and Second Principal Investigator of the Millennium Nucleus Models of Crises. She teaches behavioral economics and econometrics. Her current research interests focuses on applied economics and psychology, on the evaluation of social policies and on labor economics.
Some of her main recent publications are “The Effectiveness of Private Voucher Education: Evidence from Structural Switches,” (Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 2011 with B.Lara and A.Mizala), “Using School Scholarships to Estimate the Effect of Private Education on Academic Achievement in Chile” (Economics of Education Review, 2009 (with P.Anand and A.Mizala), and “The Hyperbolic Consumption Model: Calibration, Simulation, and Empirical Evaluation”, (Journal of Economic Perspectives, 2001, with M. Angeletos, D.Laibson, J.Tobacman and S. Weinberg).