Ana Garcia-Hernandez was a research fellow in the Institutions and Political Inequality research unit. She was a PhD student in Economics at NOVA university in Lisbon. Ana was working on understanding how increasing political voice of women in developing countries affects community outcomes. She was using a lab-in-the-field experiment to study the effects of empowerment on public good provision in the context of informal institutions. Her areas of interest include Political and Behavioral Economics with a focus in developing countries.
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Ph.D. Economics, NOVA SBE, Lisbon, Portugal
MRes in Economics, NOVA SBE, Lisbon, Portugal
MSc in Specialized Economic Analysis, Barcelona Graduate School ofEconomics, Barcelona, Spain
Bachelor in Economics, University Carlos III, Madrid, Spain