Gianmarco León-Ciliotta is an associate professor at Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona School of Economics and IPEG, and a research affiliate at CEPR and BREAD. He got his BA at Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Perú and his PhD from UC Berkeley (ARE). His research interests are in development, political and organisational economics, studying voter and politicians’ behaviour; and the organisational design and personnel policy of public sector organisations.
Recent work by Gianmarco León-Ciliotta
Wage policies that account for teacher preferences can achieve a more effective and equitable geographic allocation of teachers
In contexts where information on new financial technologies is limited, publicly disclosing an agent’s financial incentives negatively impacts take-up
Vertically integrating suppliers is a strategy firms use to improve product quality by ensuring higher-quality inputs
Recall referendums can keep politicians in check but backfire if poorly administered, causing quality potential candidates to stay out of politics