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Docentes e investigadores EAFIT Juan Camilo Chaparro Cardona

EAFITDocentes e investigadores EAFITJuan Camilo Chaparro Cardona

Juan Camilo Chaparro Cardona

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Departamento de Economía ​

Información general

​​Ph.D. en Economía Aplicada, Universidad de ​Minnesota, Estados Unidos // Coordinador Maestría en Economía​ y Maestría en Economía Aplicada​.

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Resumen CV / Summary

​​Juan Camilo es doctor en Economía Aplicada de la Universidad de Minnesota. Estudió el pregado y la maestría en Economía en la Pontificia Universidad Javeriana. Trabajó como asistente de investigación en Fedesarrollo entre 2001 y 2005, donde participó en proyectos sobre finanzas públicas regionales, análisis de equilibrio general y proyecciones macroeconómicas. En 2006 se vinculó al Departamento de Investigaciones del Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo, donde trabajó en proyectos sobre finanzas públicas en América Latina y bienestar subjetivo. En 2010 comenzó sus estudios de doctorado con el apoyo del programa de becas del Banco de la República. Trabajó en el Center for Human Resources and Labor Studies de la Universidad de Minnesota en la evaluación de proyectos sobre la atención a la primera infancia. Su agenda de investigación se enfoca en las trayectorias laborales y el retorno a las habilidades tanto en países desarrollados como en países en vías de desarrollo.


Juan Camilo holds a PhD in Applied Economics from the University of Minnesota. He did undergraduate and graduate studies in Economics at Pontificia Universidad Javeriana. He worked as ​a research assistant in Fedesarrollo between 2001 and 2005, in projects related to fiscal federalism in Colombia, computable general equilibrium analysis and macroeconomic forecasting. In 2006 the joined the Research Department of the Inter-American Development Bank, where he worked on public finances and subjective well-being in Latin America. In 2010 he began his doctorate studies with financial support from the Colombian Central Bank. He worked as a research assistant at the Center for Human Resources and Labor Studies, at the University of Minnesota, studying early childhood interventions. His research agenda focuses on occupational choice and the return to skills in developed and developing countries.

Intereses académicos e investigativos / Research and Teaching Interest

  • ​Economía Laboral // Labor Economics.
  • Desarrollo Económico // Development Economics.
  • Econometría // Econometrics.
  • Economía de los Recursos Humanos // Personnel Economics.
  • Teoría de Juegos // Game Theory.

Estudios realizados / Education

  • ​Ph.D. in Applied Economics, University of Minnesota (United States)​.
  • M.A. in Economics, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana (Colombia).
  • B.A. in Economics, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana (Colombia).
  • B.A. in Computer Science, Universidad Antonio Nariño (Colombia).

Publicaciones / Publications

  • Chaparro, J., Sojourner, A. and Huey, N. (2019). Differential Effects of High-Quality Early Care: Lessons from the Infant Health and Development Program. Chapter 13 in “Sustaining Early Childhood Learning Gains: Program, School and Family Influences”. Reynolds A. and Temple J., editors. Cambridge University Press.
  • Chaparro, J. and Lora, E. (2017). Do Good Job Conditions Matter for Wages and Productivity? Theory and Evidence from Latin America. Applied Research in Quality of Life 12(1): 153 – 172.​
  • ​Graham, C. and Chaparro J. (2012). “The Linkages Between Insecurity, Health, and Well-Being in Latin America: An Initial Exploration Based on Happiness Surveys”. Chapter 9 in “Subjective Well-Being and Security”. Webb and Wills-Herrera, editors. Social Indicators Research Series 46. Springer.​
  • Lora E. and Chaparro J. (2009). “The Conflictive Relationship between Satisfaction and Income”. Chapter 3 in “Paradox and Perception: Measuring Quality of Life in Latin America”. Graham and Lora, editors. Brookings Institution Press.
  • Lora E., Chaparro J. and Rodríguez M. (2009). “Satisfaction beyond Income”. Chapter 4 in “Paradox and Perception: Measuring Quality of Life in Latin America”. Graham and Lora, editors. Brookings Institution Press.
  • Lora E. and Chaparro J. (2007). "State Reform and Inclusion: changing channels and new actors", in Márquez et. al., editors. “Outsiders? The changing patterns of exclusion in Latin American and the Caribbean”. 2008 Economic and Social Progress Report (IPES). Inter-American Development Bank. David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies - Harvard University.
  • Chaparro J., Smart M., Zapata J. (2005). "Intergovernmental Transfers and Municipal Finance in Colombia" in Bird R., Poterba J. and Slemrod J. Editors. "Fiscal Reform in Colombia: Problems and Prospects". MIT Press. 
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