Borja Petit holds a PhD in Economics from CEMFI (Centro de Estudios Monetarios y Financieros). Before joining CUNEF, Borja was an analyst at AIReF where he worked on the evaluation of tax expenditures in Spain, as part of the Spending Review project. His research focuses on macroeconomic issues, especially those related to public economics and family economics. His most recent research looks at how public policies and family decisions affect the persistence of socioeconomic status across generations.
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PhD in Economics, CEMFI (2019).
Master in Economics and Finance, CEMFI (2015) and Master in Economics, Universidad Complutense de Madrid (2013).
Bachelor Degree in Business Administration and Management, CUNEF (2011).
Macroeconomics, Public Economics, Family Economics
Analyst, AIReF (Spain’s Independent Authority for Fiscal Responsibility), 2019-2020.
Teaching Assistant Graduate Courses, CEMFI, 2016-2019.