Carlos Rodríguez Castelán

Economist, Poverty, Equity and Gender Unit of the Latin America and the Caribbean Region, World Bank

Carlos Rodríguez Castelán is an Economist in the Poverty, Equity and Gender Unit of the Latin America and the Caribbean Region at the World Bank, and is the Task Team Leader for the LAC Team for Statistical Development (LAC TSD). After receiving his PhD in Economics from Cornell University, he was a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Brookings Institute. His research focuses on development economics, applied microeconomics and labour economics.

He has contributed to the development of the LAC Shared Prosperity Convergence Index and its corresponding framework, and currently is working with other sectors within the Bank to define indicators for the channels that impact shared prosperity (fiscal policy, institutions, well-functioning markets, and environmental policy). He also has relevant experience in the Government of Mexico and in other international organisations.

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