Andrés Ramasco received his Bachelor Degree in Economics from Universidad Nacional de Tucuman, Argentina (2019), and has master studies in Economics at the same institution. He participated in an undergraduate studies exchange program in Economics at Universidad Santo Tomas Bucaramanga, Colombia (2018). His senior thesis focused on studying the intergenerational mobility of education in Argentina, with a focus on migrants and women. During his master studies in Argentina he participated in a research team to assess the impact of COVID-19 on the local healthcare system and wrote an article about Crime Economics in Tucuman.

Currently, Andrés's research is focused on the phenomena of intergenerational mobility at its intersection with migration. In particular, by looking at the educational and labor outcomes of households with individuals that moved to a different country in order to work across different periods of time and using panel data techniques, he tries to assess the impact of remittances on the mobility across the income distribution in the origin country.

His broader interests include Development Economics, Labor Economics, Public Economics and Economics History.