Christian Salas is an Economist in the Antitrust and Competition Practice at Bates White. He graduated from the University of Chicago and, prior to joining Bates White, was a post-doctoral fellow at Yale University. Dr. Salas has been an instructor of undergraduate courses in Principles of Economics, Econometrics, and Game Theory at Yale University and the Catholic University of Chile. His fields of interest include applied microeconomics, public economics, and applied game theory. He has published articles in the Journal of Public Economics, Energy Economics, The Stata Journal, and the World Bank Research Observer.
PhD, Public Policy, University of Chicago
MA, Economics, Catholic University of Chile
BA, Business and Economics, Catholic Univeristy of Chile
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- September 2019