Behavioral Economist, Google
Ari Bronsoler is a behavioral economist at Google who obtained a PhD in economics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Ari's research focuses on healthcare provision in the developing world, particularly on the crucial role that widely available technologies and improving organizational schemes can have on health outcomes. He has experience working at IMSS, Mexico’s largest public healthcare provider with over 60 million beneficiaries, where he worked to incorporate big data analysis into diabetes testing decision-making. Ari holds a B.A. in Economics, a B.A in Applied mathematics and an M.A. in Economic Theory from ITAM.