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Dr. Diego Avanzini, Visiting Scholar
Visiting Scholar, Information Economy Project, 703-993-8525, email@example.com.
Diego Avanzini has a Ph.D. in Economics from Catholic University of Chile, where he also teaches Econometric Methods. He studied Business Administration and Accountancy in Argentina, where he also made its M.A. in Economics. He has worked as an auditor at Auditoria General de la Nación (Argentina) and UNDP, as a research assistant at UN-ECLAC, and as a business consultant. His research interests are, Quantitative and Applied Economics (Econometrics), Regulation and Industrial Organization, and Inequality and Income Distribution.
Ph.D., Catholic University, Santiago, Chile.