Gentile Passaro

I am a PhD student in the Economics Department specializing in Applied Microeconomics, Policy Evaluation, and Data Sciences. My interests include Labor, Health, and Urban Economics. 
My current work explores the effects of improved access to safe abortion on labor market and health outcomes both in Uruguay and the United States; the labor market effects of internal migration due to Hurricane Katrina, and the rise and fall of railroad infrastructure in South America.
Before arriving to Brown, I was an undergraduate student in Universidad de la República (uruguay), a Master student in Urban Economics at Universidad Torcuato Di Tella (Argentina), and a Master student in Economics of Public Policy at Barcelona Graduate School of Economics (Spain).

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