Andrés E. Fernández-Vergara is a Ph. D. student on Social Research Methodologies. His work has focused on evaluating educational policies and programs in Chile and Latin America, using quantitative methods. He has researched and published about the relationships between literacy policies, biodiversity, and economic concentration in the publishing industry in Latin America. Prior to starting his Ph.D. studies, he taught Causal Inference and Data Analysis at Universidad de Chile. He is a co-founder and consultant at the research-oriented non-profit NGO ‘Fundación Co-Crecer’.