Natalia Ordaz Reynoso
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I am an applied microeconomist with a special interest in economic development, labor economics, and behavior.
I received my PhD in applied economics at the University of Minnesota in 2021.
I am currently a post-doctoral researcher at the Computational Social Science team of Meta Platforms.
My research interests lie in two areas: how individuals' beliefs shape their decisions as they relate to economic development, and the study of frictions that make poverty and inequality persistent.
Here is a link to my CV.