Javier Miranda

Principal Economist, Center for Administrative Records Research and Applications

Javier Miranda is Principal Economist at the Center for Economic Studies since 2012. He has been with CES since 2005 and has been affiliated with CES since 1998. Javier received a Ph.D. in Economics from American University in D.C. in 2004. Javier has published papers in the areas of industrial organisation, technological change, job creation, entrepreneurship and firm financing. Among his publications are articles in the American Economic Review, Journal of Economic Literature, American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics, Review of Economic and Statistics, IMF Review, World Bank Economic Review, Journal of Business Valuation and Economic Loss, NBER Macroeconomics Annual, and multiple books and chapters.

Javier received the Director's Award for Innovation (2007) and the U.S. Department of Commerce Bronze Medal (2011). His contributions to data infrastructure are notable. Javier Miranda is responsible for the development of the Longitudinal Business Database and the Business Dynamics Statistics and is currently helping develop the Synthetic Longitudinal Business Database v3. Together with the USPTO Javier is leading the development the Business Dynamics Statistics of Innovative Firms a longitudinal database of firms, patents, and inventors. Javier has held previous research positions at the World Bank and the Urban Institute.

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