Luis Baldomero-Quintana


Professional Bio. I am an Assistant Professor at the Department of Economics at William & Mary, and an Affiliate to the Global Research Institute. I received my Ph.D. in Economics at the University of Michigan. 

Research agenda: I work on international trade, economic geography, and urban economics. My agenda on trade and economic geography focuses on structural transformation, growth, and infrastructure. My urban economics agenda relates to sorting, segregation, and city inequality. 

In my research, I use both structural models and applied microeconomics methods; as well as administrative and historical data. 

About me. I was raised in the Tijuana/San Diego metro area during the NAFTA boom in the Northern Mexican/Southern U.S. cities. I attended a business/engineering college in Northeastern Mexico and worked in economic policy before moving to Ann Arbor for graduate school. I like to read about history, urban design, music, and how sports impact society. I lift weights and attend comedy shows during my free time. I love Mexican, Peruvian, and U.S. Southern food. 

Contact: luisbaldomero [ at ] gmail [ dot ] com  

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