Andres Drenik is an Assistant Professor at University of Texas at Austin. Before joining University of Texas and before Columbia University, he received a B.A. in Economics from Universidad de San Andrés (Argentina) in 2005, and a Ph.D. in Economics from Stanford University in 2016. He is currently working on projects about information asymmetries in markets with search frictions, contracting and pricing in foreign currency in emerging economies, the effects of inflation uncertainty on firms’ optimal price setting decisions, as well as the labor market dynamics after large devaluations.
Research projects: Projects unifying macroeconomics,m international economics and labor economics. A combined theme focuses on analsis of the diversity of anatomy of firms’ cos structure on the example of the US, using online data for international wage comparisons, and global income dynamics on the example of Argentina.