Monday/Wednesday 3-4 pm (Econ 8310); 4-5 pm (Econ 6660)
Ph.D. in Economics, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Spain), 2015
Assistant Professor of Economics
Professor Sant’Anna is an econometrician whose main area of research is microeconometrics, with a particular focus on program evaluation and causal inference. In his current work, Professor Sant’Anna proposes different program evaluation tools that are suitable to cases where the outcome of interest, typically a duration variable, is subjected to right-censoring. He joined the faculty in 2015, after earning his B.A. degree from IBMEC-MG (Brazil), and his Ph.D. from Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Spain).