Tomás Domínguez-Iino

Postdoctoral Researcher – University of Chicago, Booth School of Business (2021-2022)

Economist – Federal Reserve Board, Trade and Quantitative Studies Section (2022-)

Research interests in industrial organization, spatial economics, environmental economics curriculum vitae

Working papers

"Efficiency and Redistribution in Environmental Policy: An Equilibrium Analysis of Agricultural Supply Chains"

"Location Sorting and Endogenous Amenities: Evidence from Amsterdam" with Milena Almagro (Chicago Booth)

"The Economic Geography of Apartheid" with Leonard Le Roux (Sciences Po)

Short bio

I was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, but grew up mostly in South Africa and Trinidad & Tobago. At 18, I returned to Argentina and enrolled at Di Tella, where I first learned economics. After graduating, I spent a few years working in the tech industry before deciding to pursue an academic research career. I was very lucky to be able to come to the United States, and in particular to be accepted for graduate school at NYU, where I completed my PhD in 2021.


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