Pablo Adrian Garlati Bertoldi
Welcome to my website! I am currently a Ph.D. in Economics candidate at Michigan State University. My main fields of interests are labor, informality, public policy, education, poverty and equity; other fields include climate change, natural disasters and industrial organization. My dissertation proposal is about the effects of payroll taxes on informality in Colombia.
I will be available for interviews at the 2017 American Economic Association (AEA) Annual Meeting in Philadelphia.
I am also consultant of The World Bank for the Jobs Cross-Cutting Solutions area. Previously I was consultant of the Inter-American Development Bank and research assistant at the Center of Studies of State and Society (CEDES).
2732-1C Trappers Cove Trail
Lansing, MI 48910