Daniel Garrote Sanchez

Extended Term Consultant, World Bank

Daniel is an Extended Term Consultant in the Social Protection and Jobs Global Practice of the World Bank. He carries out analytical work on the drivers and impact of labor migration and forced displacement in sending and receiving countries, return migration, and on the asymmetric impact of COVID on employment based on the task content of jobs and fiscal policy. Prior to joining the World Bank, he worked as a senior researcher for the Lebanese Center of Policy Studies carrying out field work on refugees’ integration, evaluated vocational training programs as a consultant for the Ministry of Labor of Saudi Arabia, and analyzed macroeconomic and labor policy as an economist at the Central Bank of Spain. He holds a Master in Public Administration and International Development (MPAID) from the Harvard Kennedy School and a BA in economics and law from Carlos III University. 

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