Julieta Vera Rueda

Job Market Paper:

"When fathers are gone: the consequences of paternal absence during the early years"

Research Interests: 

Development Economics; Human Capital and Development; Early Childhood Development; Family Economics; Evaluation of public policies in developing countries.

About me

I am an applied development economist, and my research is mainly focused on early childhood development and education.

I am currently a Research Fellow at University College London. I hold a PhD from Paris School of Economics (PSE) 

Previously, I did a Masters in Public Policy and Development, at the Paris School of Economics. I also did a Masters in Applied Economics at Universidad Torcuato DiTella and a B.A. in Economics at Universidad Católica Argentina. Before coming to PSE, I worked at CAF, the development bank of Latin America.

University College London

Drayton House, 30 Gordon St, London WC1H 0AN