Gabriel Levin Konigsberg is a PhD student in Business Economics at Harvard University. He received a B. A. in Economics and an M.A. in Economic Theory from Mexico's Technological Autonomous Institute (ITAM). Before arriving at Harvard, he spent three years working as a Financial Researcher at the Financial Stability Directorate of Banco de Mexico (Mexico's central bank). His main interests are macroeconomics and finance, banking, and social learning.