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Assistant Professor, Harris Public Policy
Luis Martínez is an assistant professor at the University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy. He is mainly interested in topics related to the political economy of development, particularly the relationship between taxation, accountability, and governance. His current research uses sub-national data from Colombian municipalities to study the way in which the source of government revenue (taxes v.s. oil royalties) affects public good provision and the misbehavior of local public officials. In previous related work,...