Development Economics Working Group

Digital Business Training for Micro-Entrepreneurs in Developing Countries: Evidence from Guatemala (VIRTUAL)

Alejandro Estefan
Wed
Mar
10
In accordance with University guidelines on limiting public gatherings, this event will be offered virtually via Zoom. Those interested in attending should contact Taryn Dinkelman, or John Firth for instructions on how to join by computer or phone.

Alejandro Estefan
Assistant Professor of Global Affairs 
Kellogg Institute Faculty Fellow

Paul Winters
Keough-Hesburgh Professor of Global Affairs
Director, Sustainable Development Concentration, Master of Global Affairs

The Development Economics Working Group supports graduate and faculty research in the economic determinants of human development and how economic policy can be used to promote human development. It promotes dialogue among researchers with different areas of expertise, from a variety of perspectives and subject areas, uch as health, education, infrastructure, governance, and migration. Regular meetings allow participants to workshop research in progress, while occasional seminars bring external researchers to campus to discuss their work and provide feedback on projects of group members.
Cochairs: Taryn Dinkelman and John Firth

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Alejandro Estefan

Alejandro Estefan is an assistant professor of development economics at the Keough School of Global Affairs. His research focuses on human development, with the goal of informing policy decision-making in Latin America and elsewhere...
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