Pablo Estrada

Pablo Estrada

Ph.D. Candidate in Economics

Emory University

I am currently a PhD Candidate in Economics at Emory University. My work lies at the intersection of causal inference, network interference, and machine learning. Before grad school, I worked as a research assistant for the World Bank and as a statistical programmer for PySAL in the Google Summer of Code Program.

  • If you are interested on estimating network effects in randomized experiments, check out my code on GitHub
Interests
  • Network Effects
  • Causal Inference
  • Machine Learning
  • Applied Econometrics
Education
  • Ph.D. in Economics, 2025 (expected)

    Emory University

  • M.S. in Economics, 2024

    Emory University

  • M.S. in Economics, 2021

    Espol University

  • B.S. in Economics, 2019

    Espol University

Working Papers

(2024). Spillover Effects with Nonrandom Sample Selection. Job Market Paper.

(2023). Estimating Peer Influence on Multilayer Networks.

(2022). netivreg: Estimation of Peer Effects in Endogenous Social Networks. Revised and Resubmit - Stata Journal.

Publications

(2020). Financial Contagion in Cross-holdings Networks: The Case of Ecuador. Advances in Econometrics.

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