The Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship supports outstanding doctoral students who have achieved candidacy and are actively working on dissertation research and writing. We seek to support students working on dissertation that are unusually creative, ambitious and risk-taking.
Rosina Rodriguez Olivera
Rosina Rodriguez Olivera is a sixth year graduate student in the Department of Economics at the University of Michigan. Her field of specilaization is microeconomic theory and her research focuses on information design. Current work focuses on characterizing optimal information structures when the source of information is endogenous and based on reviews from previous consumers. Another body of her research focuses on understanding how to design and price supplemental information in a multiple-receiver setting as a function of the strategic interaction among players. Before the University of Michigan, she obtained a master's degree in economics from the University Torcuto Di Tella in Argentina and a bachelor's in economics from the University of Montevideo in Uruguay.