David's interests include applied macroeconomics, macrodevelopment, innovation and monetary economics. Professor Argente's recent work focuses on the use of means of payment in developing countries.

Prior to joining the Yale School of Management, Professor Argente was a Visiting Scholar at the Minneapolis Fed, an Adjunct Professor at Penn State University and a Kenen Fellow in the International Economics Section of the Economics Department at Princeton University. Professor Argente has also worked in the Latin America Region of the World Bank and at the Bank of Mexico.

He received his PhD in Economics from the University of Chicago in 2018.

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