Assistant Professor of Economics, Department of Industrial Engineering and Center for Applied Economics, University of Chile
Raimundo Undurraga is assistant professor of economics at the Department of Industrial Engineering at the University of Chile. Raimundo’s main research interests are poverty and inequality and his research span over development, urban, and behavioral economics. Raimundo graduated from the PhD. in Public Administration at NYU Wagner in May, 2017.
Recent work by Raimundo Undurraga
Discrimination in consumer lending seems to come largely from biased male officers; combatting it may require cultural changes at the institutional...
Evidence from Latin America suggests that solely encouraging unattainable aspirations among poor households does not improve their welfare