Researcher, Central Bank of Colombia.
Leonardo Bonilla is a development economist and a researcher at Banco de la República, Central Bank of Colombia. He is interested in education, labor market, environmental policy, and political economy. More generally, he is interested in the design and implementation of public policies leading to sustainable improvements in the living conditions. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Illinois and a BS. in economics from the National University of Colombia.
Recent work by Leonardo Bonilla
The Colombian government used roads as a token of exchange for legislative support, sparking debates about the proper handling of public resources