Bunyada (Mos) Laoprapassorn is Ph.D. Candidate in Economics at the University of Michigan.
Her research interests are in international trade and development. Her recent projects seek to understand the mechanisms through which trade impacts development, ranging from studying the market power of agricultural intermediaries to examining the long-term impact of trade on development.
Bunyada holds a B.A. in Economics with a secondary in Mathematical Sciences from Harvard College. Prior to starting her Ph.D., she had interned at the Bank of Thailand and at Goldman Sachs
- Development Economics
- International Trade
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