PhD, Stanford University; M.S. Barcelona School of Economics
Alejandro Martínez Marquina is an Assistant Professor at the University of Southern California Marshall School of Business. His main research fields are Behavioral and Experimental Economics, where he studies difficulties in making good decisions, especially when debt or uncertainty is present. He also has projects in Economic History and Applied Microeconomics, looking at the impact of sudden wealth shocks and how historical events impact traditional gender roles. Before joining the University of Southern California, he was a Klarman Fellow at Cornell University for one year.