Juan Pablo Uribe
I am an applied microeconomist working as an associate at Cornestone Research.
My research studies how large-scale investments in infrastructure affect economic outcomes. I have papers studying the effect of housing subsidies and location-based subsidies on the housing market, the US Interstate highway system, federal internet expansion programs and the expansion of higher education.
I received a PhD in Economics from Brown University, and a bachelor's and master's degree from Universidad de Los Andes in Bogotá, Colombia.
I have experience working as a consultant investigating recent inequality trends in Latin America at the World Bank and the Inter-American Development Bank (IADB).
Job Market Paper
with Neil Mehrotra and Matthew A. Turner
The Effect of Location-Based Subsidies on the Housing Market
Internet Expansion and School Performance: Evidence from Colombia
with Aaron Weisbrod
with Adriana Camacho and Julian Messina