Romina Tomé

I am an applied microeconomist interested in population economics and development economics. Within these fields, I focus on human capital, early-life shocks, and policy evaluation.

I have a PhD in Public Policy and MA in Economics from Duke University. I received a BA and MA in Economics from the Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Argentina.

In the summer, I will join the American Institutes for Research as an International Development Economist.