Ana Trindade Ribeiro

Ana Trindade Ribeiro is an Economics of Education doctoral student at Stanford's Graduate School of Education. She is additionally pursuing a Ph.D. Minor in Economics at Stanford, and she has also earned an MA degree in Economics from the University of Sao Paulo in 2017, and a BA in economics from the Pontifical Catholic University at Rio de Janeiro in 2013. Ana's research focuses on higher education, more specifically inequality of access and outcomes for different groups of society. She is also interested in the role of transitioning high school students' non-cognitive characteristics on their schooling decisions.

Faculty Advisor: Eric Bettinger

Research interests: higher education, affirmative action, socio-emotional skills, gender, causal inference, experimental design, quantitative methods, education policy, economics of education

Contact Info:
Center for Education Policy Analysis Stanford University
520 Galvez Mall, Stanford, CA 94305

Working Papers:

"Affirmative Action Outcomes - Evidence from a Law School in Brazil" with Fernanda Estevan

"What is it about Mindset?" with Eric Bettinger, Guilherme Lichand, David Yeager and Mari Rege