Daniela Solá is an Assistant Professor (tenure track) in the Economics Department of Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. She obtained her Ph.D. in Economics in 2023 at CEMFI. Her main research interests are in the fields of Political Economy and Economic Development.
"Brother votes for brother: The effects of Pentecostal political influence in Brazil"
"The Catholic Church and its effects on Redistributive Conflict in Brazil" (with Monica Martinez-Bravo and Guadalupe Tuñón)
"Does crime increase support for far-right movements? The case of the favelas in Rio de Janeiro"
Applied Economics (Undergraduate)