Javier E. Baez
I am a Senior Economist with the Poverty Global Practice at the World Bank. I am also a Research Fellow at the Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA). My research focuses on the effects of shocks, either natural (hurricanes, floods earthquakes) or man-made (civil conflicts) on socioeconomic outcomes such as infant mortality, nutrition, morbidity and child labor as well as their long-term impacts on health and human capital accumulation, and labor market outcomes. Other work examines the intergenerational effects of maternal schooling on childhood health and the long-term effects of conditional cash transfers programs. I obtained a PhD in Economics from the Maxwell School of Public Affairs at Syracuse University (Syracuse, NY), a Masters degree in Public Administration and Development Economics from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University (Cambridge, MA) and B.A. and M.A. degrees in economics from Universidad de los Andes (Bogota, Colombia).
This page is intended to share my research work and promote and report my fundraising activities.


Fields of interest: Development econonomics, labor economics, applied microeconomics, applied impact evaluation


Research: page with links to my papers


IZA Research Affiliate: My webpage at IZA


Data: Link to datasets


Education: Maxwell School of Public Affairs (Syracuse University)

                 Kennedy School of Government (Harvard University)

                 School of Economics (Universidad de los Andes)



Help me:  Fundraising 2016 $5,300 (target: $5,000) updated on 01/16/2017
                Fundraising - previous years



Masaai village, Tarangire, Tanzania (December, 2007)


Contact Information:
The World Bank

1818 H Street, NW

Washington, DC 20433 USA





Dec 20, 2016, 6:10 AM