Maria Bernedo Del Carpio

Ph.D., Georgia State University



Assistant Professor, Economics

Contact Information

Office: Public Policy 332
Phone: 410-455-2068

Curriculum Vitae, Personal Website



Research Interests:

Environmental, behavioral, experimental and urban and regional economics.


Work in Progress

Climate Change Adaptation through Resource Conserving Technologies, 2015 (with Alpízar, Francisco and Paul Ferraro).

Agglomeration and Informality: Evidence from Peruvian Firms, 2015 (with Carlianne Patrick )

Working Papers

Household Time and Risk Preferences and Adaptation to Climate Change, 2015 (with Francisco Alpízar and Paul Ferraro), Georgia State University Working Paper.

The Simplified Tax Regime and the Informal Sector in Latin American countries, 2008, Toulouse School of Economics Working Paper.

Productivity of the Peruvian Economy: 1950–2006 (in Spanish), 2007 (with Morón, Eduardo), Universidad del Pacífico, Lima (Peru) Working Paper

Recent/Selected Publications

The Persistent Impacts of Norm-Based Messaging and Their Implications for Water Conservation, 2014 (with Paul Ferraro, and Michael Price), Journal of Consumer Policy 37(3): 437-452.

Books and Book Chapters

Behavioral Economics and Climate Change Adaptation: Insights from Experimental Economics on the Role of Risk and Time preferences. In The WSPC References of Natural Resources and Environmental Policy in the Era of Global Change, Volume 4: Experimental Economics, edited by Anabela Botelho, 2016 (with Paul Ferraro)

Free Trade Agreement with the United States: an Opportunity to Grow (in Spanish). Universidad del Pacífico and Instituto Peruano de Economía, Lima (Peru), 2005 (with Morón, Eduardo, Jorge Chávez, Antonio Cusato, and Diego Winkelried)

(For a complete list of publications, see Curriculum Vitae)