Miguel is an Assistant Professor of Economics at Purdue University. He received his Ph.D. in 2015 from the University of Maryland - College Park.
Miguel's research fields are applied microeconomics and labor economics. In particular, the estimation of the effects cognitive and non-cognitive skills have on social behaviors. His main research focuses on the effect skill endowments have on in-school victimization and workplace discrimination.
Fields of Interest
Primary: Labor Economics, Applied Econometrics
Secondary: Development Economics
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