Eduardo Morales’ primary research interests include international trade and econometrics; his secondary field of interest is industrial organization.
Currently on the faculty of the Department of Economics at Princeton University, Morales has previously been an assistant professor at Columbia University and a fellow in the international economics section at Princeton.
In addition to teaching, Morales has presented at a number of universities, forums, and workshops. He serves as a referee for several publications, and his current work covers a number of topics including trade, consumption choices within cities, innovation, and taxes.
Morales holds bachelor’s degrees in economics and in law from Universidad Carlos III de Madrid and a master’s degree and PhD in economics from Harvard University.