David Cerero Guerra
115 Prospect Street, Rosenkranz Hall
David is focused on studying how gangs in Latin-America govern communities and how interactions between them and the state generate violent and non-violent equilibriums. More broadly, he is interested in quantitative methods and formal models to understand violence and peace in developing contexts. David holds a Fulbright scholarship.
Previously, he worked as a Research Associate in a project aimed at understanding gang governance conditions in neighborhoods in Medellín, Colombia. He worked as a Research Analyst in governance, crime and ex-combatants projects, he was a Data Adviser in the National Planning Department of Colombia, and Research Assistant for a World Bank and Harvard University project in developing countries.
- MSc in Economics, Universidad de Los Andes, Colombia
- BA in Economics, Universidad de Los Andes, Colombia
Blattman, C., Cerero, D., Mesa, J. & Tobón, S. Measuring the Measurement Error: Experimental Analysis of Extortion in Medellín.