Oscar Barrera-Rodríguez 

Ph.D. in Economics at the Paris School of Economics

Teaching and research fellow at University Cergy-Pontoise

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Quantitative and Qualitative Economics on Attitudes and Tax Preferences 

Oscar Barrera-Rodriguez, Emmanuel Chavez

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I earned a Ph.D. in Economics from the Paris School of Economics in 2020 and previously obtained a Master's in Public Policy and Development from the same university in 2014. My research interests lie at the intersection of development and political economics.    

My main research focuses on understanding the role of information (including disinformation) and social exposure on individual opinions and attitudes towards society in various contexts, such as political preferences, migrants, child stimulation, and nutrition.

Another area of research explores the political economy of political cleavages and social inequality with the goal of better understanding the geographic and socio-demographic factors that influence electoral preferences. I have conducted research in several countries, including Argentina, Mexico, Costa Rica, Peru, Colombia, Chile, and France.




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