Carmen Estrades is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Economics, Faculty of Social Sciences, Universidad de la República, Uruguay. She holds a PhD in Economics from University of Bordeaux IV (France). She has been working in economic research for more than 14 years, with a focus on international trade, trade policy, and public policy evaluation in developing countries. She has specialized in the application of computable general equilibrium models, both at the national and global level. She has also worked with microsimulation techniques in order to analyze the impact of public policies on income distribution. She has numerous publications her research topics.
|Assessing the impact of the global financial and economic crisis in developing countries: The case of Uruguay||Uruguay||Poverty and inequality , Labor markets , Globalization and trade|
|Trade Openness and Gender in Uruguay. A CGE Analysis.||Uruguay||Gender , Poverty and inequality , Labor markets , Globalization and trade|
|The effects of increasing openness and integration to the MERCOSUR on the Uruguayan labour market. A CGE modeling analysis.||Uruguay||Poverty and inequality , Labor markets , Globalization and trade|
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