Katerine Ramirez Nieto is a PhD student in the Department of Agriculture, Environment, and Development Economics (AEDE) at The Ohio State University.
She received a Bachelor of Arts with Honors from Clark University (2010), where she did a double major in Economics and Mathematics. She also received a Masters in Public Administration (2011) from the same institution, and a Masters of Science in Agricultural and Resource Economics from the University of California at Davis (2014).
She has worked in the non-profit and financial sectors; and more recently, on organizations related to economic research. Through her academic and professional experiences, she has built a portfolio or research interests in development economics. She focuses on individual’s incentives to improve their own welfare and escape poverty. Under the supervision of Joyce Chen, she wishes to explore different settings in which these incentives interact with temporary or permanent migrations.
Please visit my personal website at http://www.katerineramirez.com