PhD student in Economics, Columbia University
Dario Romero is currently a PhD student in Economics at Columbia University. Dario’s main research interests are development and political economy. He was explored questions about the effect of institutions for long-run economic growth as well as the effects of different education and health policies in developing countries.
Recent work by Dario Romero
How not to build a state: Evidence from Colombia
Top-down strategies that prioritise military objectives may fail to develop, or even lead to the deterioration of, other crucial state capacities
Articles : Institutions & Political Economy
Daron Acemoğlu Leopoldo Fergusson James Robinson Dario Romero Juan F. Vargas