Veronica Santarosa teaches first-year contract law, economic analysis of law, international finance, and a seminar on the law and history of economic institutions. Her research interests include law and economics, financial economic history, and law and development. Her current projects examine, both empirically and theoretically, how legal innovations and political institutions affect firms and financial markets now and throughout history. Professor Santarosa holds a BA in economics from Ibmec Business School in Brazil, an LLB from the University of Sao Paulo, a master's degree from the University of Hamburg, an LLM from Yale Law School, and a PhD in economics from Yale University. Prior to joining the Michigan Law faculty, she consulted for the Brazilian Administrative Council for Economic Protection, the Anheuser-Busch InBev M&A division, and for the World Bank-IFC.
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