I am a development economics Ph.D. candidate at the International Institute of Social Sciences- Erasmus University of Rotterdam.
My research interests rely in development, health and education economics. As a former specialist at the Development Bank of Ecuador I generated evaluations in regard to the impact of new infrastructure on the household’s wealth. Currently, I am working in the impact of negative shocks - an economic crisis in Ecuador and Spain and an earthquake- in human capital formation.
International Institute of Social Studies
- Kortenaerkade 12, 's - Gravenhage
- Jimena Pacheco & Natascha Wagner (2023) - Long-term impacts of an early childhood shock on human capital: Evidence from the 1999 economic crisis in Ecuador - Health Economics (United Kingdom), 32 (11), 2460-2476 - doi: 10.1002/hec.4742 - [link]
- Jimena Pacheco Miranda, Sanchita Bakshi & Irene Van Staveren (2023) - Surviving together: social cohesion and Covid-19 infections and mortality across the world - Critical Public Health - doi: 10.1080/09581596.2023.2232526 - [link]
- Jimena Pacheco Miranda, Sanchita Bakshi & Irene van Staveren (2022) - Surviving Together: social cohesion and Covid-19 across the world