Assistant Professor of Economics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts and Faculty Associate, Population Studies Center, Institute for Social Research
Ana Reynoso (she/her/hers) is an applied economist interested in Labor Economics and Economic Development. Most of her research investigates how policy affects marital matching patterns and the gains from marriage for different groups in both developed and developing countries. She also studies the impact of policies affecting teaching practices and school schedules on children’s academic and non-academic outcomes. Ana received her Ph.D. in Economics from Yale University in 2018, completed a master program at Universidad de San Andres in 2011, and received her B.A. in Economics from Universidad de Buenos Aires in 2007.
- Ana Reynoso, Rossi, Martín A. 2019. Teenage Risky Behavior and Parental Supervision: The Unintended Consequences of Multiple Shifts School Systems. Economic Inquiry 57(2):774-791.
- Ana Reynoso, Bassi, Marina , Mateo Díaz, Mercedes , Blumberg, Rae Lesser. 2018. Failing to notice? Uneven teachers' attention to boys and girls in the classroom. IZA Journal of Labor Economics 7(1):9.