Sebastian Gallegos

UAI Business School

Assistant Professor of Economics

Chile

http://https://scholar.princeton.edu/sebagallegos

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

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“  I'm an Assistant Professor of Economics at the UAI Business School, Chile. My work uses economic models, field experiments and administrative data to study behavioral and human capital topics. Ph.D., The University of Chicago (2016) Postdoctorate, Princeton University (2018)  ”

Scholarly Papers (3)

1.

Complementarity and Substitutability in the Production of Early Human Capital

Number of pages: 29 Posted: 03 Feb 2017 Last Revised: 11 Sep 2023
Jorge Luis García and Sebastian Gallegos
Clemson University - John E. Walker Department of Economics and UAI Business School
Downloads 186 (287,716)
Citation 2

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Childcare, Early Childhood Education, Dynamic Complementarity, Parental Investment, Production Function of Skills, Randomized Trials

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Using Behavioral Insights to Increase Parental Engagement: The Parents and Children Together (Pact) Intervention

NBER Working Paper No. w21602
Number of pages: 32 Posted: 06 Oct 2015 Last Revised: 12 Jul 2023
Susan E. Mayer, Ariel Kalil, Philip Oreopoulos and Sebastian Gallegos
Irving Harris Graduate School of Public Policy Studies, University of Chicago - Harris School of Public Policy, University of Toronto - Department of Economics and UAI Business School
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Increasing the Take-Up of Public Health Services: An At-Scale Experiment on Digital Government

Number of pages: 55 Posted: 03 Jan 2022 Last Revised: 07 Nov 2023
Sebastian Gallegos, Benjamin Roseth, Ana Cuesta and Mario A. Sanchez
UAI Business School, Inter-American Development Bank, Inter-American Development Bank and Inter-American Development Bank (IDB)
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State Capacity, Digital Government, Health Behaviors, Women, Behavioral economics, Transaction Costs, Economic Development