Maria Celeste Gomez is a Researcher and a Professor at the Faculty of Economic Sciences, at the National University of Cordoba and an Associate Researcher in the Institute of Labor and Economic Development Studies, at the National University of Salta, both in Argentina. She had different research scholarships from the National Scientific and Technical Research Council (CONICET) and the Secretary of Science and Technology at the National University of Cordoba, both to complete her Ph.D. studies in Economics. Her academic research is related to wage inequality, technological innovation, labor unions, and labor skills. She completed different postgraduate studies in economics and statistics and published academic papers in related journals. Recently, she has published a distributive analysis of the wage premium in Argentina, linking to occupations and gender (2004-2014). She has studied how union power is built and is bound to wage inequality in this country. And she has examined the innovation linkage with productivity, skills, and wages in Argentinean industrial firms in the 21st century.