Jorge Dávalos is an Assistant Professor at Universidad del Pacifico in Lima, Peru. His research focuses on applied labour econometrics, impact evaluation and trade and labor market outcomes in developing countries (funded by a Swiss National Fund research grant). He was an econometrician at ILO's Regional Office for Latin America & the Caribbean. He collaborated in consultancy projects with the World Bank and other financial institutions. In collaboration with United Nations-ILO, he developed employment projection models with the purpose of forecasting skills mismatches at the sectorial level based on econometric and Input-Output methodologies for Peru, Costa Rica, Algeria and Ecuador. Jorge holds a Ph.D. in econometrics from the University of Geneva.
|The role of non-farming activities on rural farming households in Lesotho: a gender perspective||Lesotho||Gender , Education and training , Labor markets|
|Credit constraints, agricultural productivity and household welfare in Burkina Faso: a gender perspective||Burkina Faso||Gender|
|‘Work-study’ and Educational Mismatch among Youths: Evidence from Zambia||Zambia||Labor markets|
|Access to child care and mothers’ employment quality: lessons from Chile||Chile||Gender , Impacts of government programs , Labor markets , Children|
|Understanding youth entrepreneurship in Benin: the role of microcredit uptake and entrepreneur capacity building||Benin||Labor markets|
|Civil conflict and labour market outcomes in Sierra Leone||Sierra Leone||Gender , Education and training , Labor markets , Children|
|Can Urbanization Improve Household Welfare and Provide Inclusive Opportunities? The Case of Urban Expansion in Ethiopia||Ethiopia||Gender , Poverty and inequality , Impacts of government programs , Labor markets|
|Migration, Remittances and Child Schooling in Rural Cambodia||Cambodia||Education and training , Labor markets , Children|
|Gender and Age Diversity to Forster Innovation and Productivity Growth||Brazil||Gender , Labor markets|
|EMPLOYMENT VULNERABILITY, EARNINGS AND SUBJECTIVE WELL-BEING IN KYRGYZSTAN||Kyrgyzstan||Gender , Labor markets|
|Do out-migration and remittances induce shifts to non-farm entrepreneurship among the left-behind? Evidence from Nepal||Nepal||Gender , Labor markets|
|Analysis of youth underemployment in Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia||Macedonia, the Former Yugoslav Republic of||Gender , Labor markets|
|Gender pay gap in times of austerity||Serbia||Gender , Poverty and inequality , Labor markets|
|Minimum wage policies: wage, employment, and distributional impacts in Ecuador||Ecuador||Gender , Poverty and inequality , Labor markets|
|Non-Wage Benefits, Union ‘Facilitation Effect’ and Labour Market Outcomes in Ghana||Ghana||Gender , Poverty and inequality , Labor markets|
|Evidence on the Impacts of Minimum Wage on Labor Market Outcomes: The Case of Bolivia||Bolivia||Labor markets|
|Mismatch Unemployment: the case of Macedonia -with special reference to young adults||Macedonia, the Former Yugoslav Republic of||Education and training , Labor markets|
|Remittances Impact on Youth Labour Supply: Evidence from Kyrgyzstan||Kyrgyzstan||Poverty and inequality , Labor markets|
|Voucher system for social protection of the socially vulnerable remittance receivers in Macedonia||Macedonia, the Former Yugoslav Republic of||Gender , Poverty and inequality , Labor markets|
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