Mauricio M. Tejada

Short Bio

I studied Economics at the Catholic University of Bolivia and earned my Ph.D. from Georgetown University. My research interests lie in the areas of Labor Economics, Structural Econometrics, and Macroeconomics, with a focus on computational aspects. Currently, I am an Associate Professor in the Department of Economics at Universidad Diego Portales and lead researcher at ANID’s Millenium Nucleus for Labor Market Mismatch: Causes and Consequences. Previously, I worked at Universidad Alberto Hurtado. Additionally, I have instructed courses in macroeconomics and econometrics at Georgetown University, the University of Chile, and the Private University of Bolivia.

Contact Information
Department of Economics
Universidad Diego Portales
Santa Clara Avenue 797, Huechuraba
Cubo Building Office 510
Santiago, Chile
Ph. +562 2213 0191