Pinjas Albagli

Pinjas Albagli

PhD Candidate in Economics

Department of Economics

Languages
English, Spanish
Key Expertise
Labour Economics, Applied Microeconomics

About me

I am currently interested in the extent and consequences of market power in labour markets. I also have a broader interest in the effects of different public policies (e.g., maternity leave extensions, state-guaranteed student loans for higher education, early childhood welfare programs) on different educational, labour market, and developmental outcomes.

I have previously held research positions at Centro de Microdatos, Universidad de Chile; Economics Department, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (this was also a teaching position); CLAPES UC; and the Central Bank of Chile. I hold a BA in Business and Economics and an MA in Economics form Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.

Research Interests
Labour Economics, Applied Microeconomics

Supervisors
Alan Manning

Research Centre
CEP

Teaching
EC201: Microeconomics Principles I

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