Dario Toman is an intern with the Global Public Policy institute (GPPi) in Berlin, supporting the institute’s work on peace & security. He is interested in quantitative evaluation of conflict prevention and resolution policies.
Currently, Dario is pursuing his bachelor’s degree at the University of Toronto, where he is completing a specialization in economics and minors in mathematics and German. His academic interests lie in the application of quantitative methods (commonly used in microeconomics) to the study of armed conflict, particularly with the aim of estimating the effects of exposure to violence on human capital accumulation. Dario’s most recent research has focused on the impact of conflict exposure on schooling outcomes in Colombia.
Prior to interning at GPPi, Dario participated in a summer course on peace research organized by the Peace Research Institute of Oslo. Beyond his own research, he has been an editor for three years at the University of Toronto Economic Review, where he is presently the editor in chief.
Languages: English, French, Serbo-Croatian, Hungarian, German