Senior Economist, World Bank
Guadalupe (Lupe) Bedoya is a Senior Economist in the Development Impact Evaluation Department (DIME) at the World Bank. Her research focuses on the role of accountability mechanisms to reduce market failures, particularly in safety markets (patient safety, road safety, building safety), and multi-faceted interventions to reduce poverty in fragile contexts. She received a master’s degree in Economics and Public Policy from Princeton University, and a Ph.D. in Public Policy from the University of Chicago. Before joining the World Bank, Lupe worked at the Inter-American Development Bank, and the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Economic Planning in Colombia.
Recent work by Guadalupe Bedoya
Health sector regulation in Kenya increased the compliance of health facilities with a checklist of patient safety measures without any increase in...
Two years after receiving a ‘big push’, women in some of the country’s poorest households perform better across many dimensions, including equality