Jimena Pacheco Miranda
Jimena Pacheco is a lecturer at the Institute of Political Science.
Jimena Pacheco is a development economics Ph.D. candidate at the International Institute of Social Sciences. She has an undergraduate in Economics and two master’s degrees, one in Political Economy in the Université Pierre Mendes of France (merit) and another one in International Economics from the Autonomous University of Madrid (merit).
From 2014 she has been a lecturer in economic related courses. She has lectured economic courses in the Pontifical Catholic University of Ecuador and in the University of the Americas in Quito. In addition, she co-taught a course in Stata and she is currently a TA in the Principles of Development Economics course at ISS. Currently, she is also a teacher in Leiden University in the Research Design course.
Her research interests rely in the evaluation of shocks in human capital formation. As a former specialist at the Development Bank of Ecuador she generated evaluations in regard to the impact of new infrastructure on the household’s wealth. Currently, she is working in the impact of negative shocks in human capital formation.
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