Alejandro Del Valle
Assistant Professor, Department of Risk Management and Insurance, Georgia State University
Alejandro is an Assistant Professor of Risk Management and Insurance at Georgia State University. His research agenda lies at the intersection of development and environmental economics. His recent work focuses on establishing the economic consequences of natural disasters and studying how markets and government institutions can be redesigned to mitigate their impact. Alejandro holds a Ph.D. in economics from the Paris School of Economics.
Recent work by Alejandro Del Valle
Saving money today for future natural disasters quickens economic recovery and benefits those hardest hit
Quasi-experimental evidence from Mexico shows that pre-financed, rules-based disaster response can considerably reduce mortality after disasters