Eduardo Ortiz-Juárez

Reseacher, UNDP in Latin America and the Caribbean

Poverty, Human Development and MDG's

Spanish, English
Millennium development goals, Poverty reduction and inequality, Sustainable development

Eduardo is an Economist at the UNDP’s Regional Bureau for Latin America and the Caribbean (New York); and Non-resident Associate Research Fellow at the Center for Inter-American Policy and Research, Tulane University (New Orleans).

During the last three years he has served as Short-Term Consultant at the Poverty and Gender Unit of PREM-LAC, The World Bank (Washington, DC). Prior to that, he was deputy director of economic and social analysis at the Mexican Ministry of Social Development. His fields of interest relate to poverty, inequality, middle classes, social policy, and development with particular emphasis on Latin America. He has coauthored several papers, book chapters and articles in peer-reviewed journals.

Eduardo was born and raised in Puebla, Mexico. He completed a BA in Economics and a MA in Economics and Public Policy.


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