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Alejandro Fiorito is a research assistant for Liliana Rojas-Suarez at the Center for Global Development. Fiorito holds an MA in International Economics and Finance from Johns Hopkins University School of Advance International Studies (SAIS), with a capstone thesis about the causes of financial dollarization in Latin America. Previously, he did his BSc in Economics at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, where he worked as research assistant for Professor Jan Stuhler on projects regarding intergenerational mobility and the impact of immigration on local labor markets. Fiorito also co-authored a paper in the Bank of Spain about monitoring of the Spanish economy through regional indicators.