Experimental Economics, Public Economics, Political Economy
I am an applied micro-economist specializing in public economics and market interventions. I employ laboratory and field experiments, alongside observational data, to provide insights and draw policy implications for real-world problems.
“Hoarding and Price Restrictions” (with Cesar Martinelli)
“How does flexibilization of public procurement affect its efficiency?” (with Anastasya Yarygina Udovenko)
“Patronage Networks and Favoritism in Colombian Public Procurement” (with Hugo Diaz)
“Collective Deliberation: Theory and Experiment” (with Mikhail Freer and Cesar Martinelli)
Carrillo, P. E., Castro, E., and Scartascini, C. (2021). Public good provision and property tax compliance: Evidence from a natural experiment. Journal of Public Economics, 198:104422.
B.A. in Economics, Universidad de los Andes, Bogotá, Colombia
M.A. in Economics, Universidad de los Andes, Bogotá, Colombia