Clara Martínez-Toledano is an Assistant Professor of Financial Economics and Wealth Distribution Coordinator at WID.world. Her research interests are on household and public finance. Recent work focuses on understanding the determinants of wealth accumulation and wealth inequality dynamics within and across countries.
Clara holds a B.A. and M.A. in Economics from Carlos III University and a M.A and Ph.D. in Economics from Paris School of Economics. Before joining Imperial, she was a Postdoctoral research scholar at Columbia Business School.
Gethin A, Martinez-Toledano C, Piketty T, 2021, Brahmin left versus merchant right: changing political cleavages in 21 Western democracies, 1948-2020, The Quarterly Journal of Economics, ISSN:0033-5533
Blanco MA, Bauluz L, Martínez-Toledano C, 2021, Wealth in Spain 1900–2017 a country of two lands, The Economic Journal, Vol:131, ISSN:0013-0133, Pages:129-155