Eduardo Laguna Müggenburg

Economics PhD Candidate

  • FIELDS: Public/Development/Networks
  • EMAIL: edu [dot] laguna [at] stanford [dot] edu
WORKING PAPERS

Jiménez Hernández, Diego and Laguna-Müggenburg, E. (2019) “And some, I asume are good people. Differential drivers of Mexican migration to the US.”

Laguna-Müggenburg, E. (2014) “Locked-in Debtors: First-Bank advantages in quantity competition”

Education

ACADEMIC CAREER

PhD in Economics

Stanford University
Expected June 2021

MA in Economic Theory

INSTITUTO TECNOLÓGICO AUTÓNOMO DE MÉXICO
Spring 2015

BA in Economics

INSTITUTO TECNOLÓGICO AUTÓNOMO DE MÉXICO
Fall 2013

Profesional

RESEARCHER

FACEBOOK

Summer Researcher (Contractor)
Core Data Science (with Michael Bailey)                                         Jun 2018 to Sep 2018
News Feed Science (with Michael Bailey and Akos Lada)             Jun 2017 to Sep 2017

BANCO DE MÉXICO

Research Assistant
Directorate of Economic Studies (with Enrique Seira)                   Aug 2013 to Aug 2014

ITAM

Research Assistant
Centro de Investigación Económica (with Ignacio Lobato)         Aug 2012 to Aug 2013

About me


Born and raised in Mexico City.

I am interested in applying economic theory and data analysis to answer questions that improve our understanding of social behavior and organization and can directly inform policy.

I am interested in social networks, information and envrionmental economics.

I also like snowboarding, sailing, scuba diving and walking around the world.

Walk me through the world

A personal hobby recording places where I've walked

Lagom

/lɑːɡɔm/

Lagom is my favorite word.

It is swedish and can be roughly translated as 'just the right amount'.

I (sometimes unsuccesfully) try to live my life under the directive that Lagom är bäst.