Patricio joined the Center for International Development's Growth Lab in 2019. He has worked in Applied Research projects in Albania, Ethiopia, Honduras, Jordan and South Africa.
Prior to joining CID, he worked as an advisor in the office of the Chief of the Cabinet of Ministers for the Government of Argentina. He also worked as an economic analyst for the Center for Financial Research at Universidad Torcuato di Tella.
Patricio holds a B.A. in Philosophy from Universidad de Buenos aires, an M.A. in Applied Economics from Universidad Torcuato di Tella, and a Master in Public Administration in International Development (MPA/ID, 2019) from the Harvard Kennedy School.
His research interests focus on trade policy, infrastructure and private sector development.
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- Goldstein, P., Yeyati, E.L. & Sartorio, L., 2021 Lockdown Fatigue: The Diminishing Effects of Quarantines on the Spread of COVID-19.
- Goldstein, P. & Hausmann, R., 2021 Economics of Covid-19 in three sub Saharan African countries: Ethiopia, Namibia and South Africa. In R. Arezki, S. Djankov, & U. Panizza, ed. Shaping Africa’s Post-Covid Recovery. The Centre for Economic Policy Research Press, pp. 195-214
- Goldestein, P., 2020. Pathways for Productive Diversification in Ethiopia
- Gadgin Matha, S., Goldstein, P. & Lu, J., 2020. Air Transportation and Regional Economic Development: A Case Study for the New Airport in South Albania