Santiago Hermo

Predoctoral Trainee in Economics
Santiago Hermo

Santiago's research interests include labor, urban and development economics. He is currently involved in several research projects about the effects of minimum wage policies on local rents, the differential impact of the ongoing pandemic recession across regions with different minimum wage levels, and the effect of education expansion in the development of Argentina in the period 1869-1914. More broadly, he is interested in the determinants of wage and well-being inequality, including skills, labor-market imperfections, and urban amenities. In the past, he has studied the determinants of the recent evolution of the wage structure in Argentina. 

Scholarly Interests

Labor Economics, Development Economics, Urban Economics