Associate Professor, Department of Economics, Universidad del Pacifico; Professor-Researcher, Universidad del Pacifico-Research Center
Associate Professor of the Department of Economics at the Universidad del Pacifico and Professor-Researcher of the Public Policy and Human Development Department at the Universidad del Pacifico-Research Center. PhD in Economics and Master in Economics and Finance from CEMFI (Spain) and Bachelor in Economics from the Universidad del Pacifico. Interest fields are labor economics, public finance, applied microeconometrics and health and education economics. He has served as Chief Economist of the Competitiveness Private Council, Deputy Ministery of Health, Professional Associate at The World Bank and as an Assistant Researcher at the Bank of Spain and Assistant Researcher in Finance and Microeconometrics at CEMFI.
Recent work by Pablo Lavado
Long-term effects of the Inca Road
Proximity to the Inca Road improved subsequent educational, development and labour outcomes, in particular for women.
Articles : Infrastructure & Urbanisation