Martina Querejeta

Martina Querejeta is coordinator of the Department of Social Studies in the Evaluation and Monitoring area at the Ministry of Social Development (MIDES), Uruguay. She is also a junior researcher on economics and gender at the Interdisciplinary Centre for Development Studies (CIEDUR), Uruguay. 
She participated in a PEP project to investigate the labor market impacts of the introduction of a minimum wage on the domestic work sector in Uruguay. 
Martina has a master in Economics from the University of Republic (UdelaR) in Uruguay, and she is currently undertaking her PhD in Economics at the National University of La Plata in Argentina.
Her key research interests include labor economics, gender inequalities, economic development and poverty. 

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Fields of specialization

Gender & women’s empowerment, Poverty and inequality , Impacts of government programs, Labour markets and employment

Projects

Title Country Themes
Informal employment and labour market policies. The case of domestic workers in Uruguay. Uruguay Gender & women’s empowerment , Labour markets and employment

Details

Miss Martina Querejeta
Coordinator
Department of Social Studies at the Evaluation and Monitoring area
Ministry of Social Development of Uruguay

Contact information:

Uruguay
martinaquerejeta@gmail.com

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