Aurora Alejandra Ramírez Álvarez has a degree in Economics from the Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico (ITAM), a master's degree in Economic Theory from the same institution and a PhD in Economics from Brown University. She has served as a research assistant for the Chief Economist of Mexico at the Inter-American Development Bank and as an advisor to the Ministry of Economy and the Economic Planning Unit of the Public Treasury. Since June 2017, she has been a research professor at the Center for Economic Studies of El Colegio de México. His areas of specialization are Economic Development, Applied Microeconomics and Political Economy.
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In Mexico, individuals want more social mobility, less inequality, and lower taxes. But these desires are not always compatible… To what extent our perceptions and our experiences feed each other? First episode of our series on inequalities.