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School of Economics and Finance

Felipe Gonzalez


Senior Lecturer

Room Number: GC314


Felipe Gonzalez is Senior Lecturer of Economics at Queen Mary, University of London. His research is empirically oriented and lies at the intersection of political economy, economic history, and public policy. Felipe received his PhD from the University of California Berkeley in 2017.


Research Interests:

  • Political Economy
  • Economic History
  • Public Policy 


  • Atal, J.P., Cuesta, J.I., González, F., Otero, C (2024), "The Economics of the Public Option: Evidence from Local Pharmaceutical Markets", American Economic Review.
  • González, F., Martínez, L., Muñoz, P., Prem, M. (2024), "Higher Education and Mortality: Legacies of an Authoritarian College Contraction", Journal of the European Economic Association.
  • González, F., Prem, M. (2024) "Police Violence, Student Protests, and Educational Performance", Review of Economics and Statistics.
  • González, F. (2021) "Collective Action in Networks: Evidence from the Chilean Student Movement", Journal of Public Economics.
  • Muñoz, P., Prem, M., Gonzalez, F. (2021), "Lost in transition? The persistence of dictatorship mayors", Journal of Development Economics, 151:102669, 2021.
  • Vial, F., Gonzalez, F. (2021), "Collective action and policy implementation: Evidence from Salvador Allende's expropriations", Journal of Economic History, 81(2):405-440, 2021. Online appendix
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