Juan Carlos Guzman
Research and Learning, Senior Associate
Juan Carlos Guzman develops and implements monitoring systems, and measures the impact on human development and dignity of projects in developing countries. Dr. Guzman's research focuses on impact evaluations with special emphasis in Randomized Controlled Trials and discontinuity designs. Prior to joining NDIGD, Dr. Guzman was the Director of Research for the Institute for Latino Studies where he studied the economic impact of Latinos in Chicago and migration policies such as the DREAM Act. He also collaborated with multiple institutions to bring data to policy makers for decisions that affect the condition of Hispanics in Indiana. He served as commissioner for the Indiana Commission for Childhood Poverty. Dr. Guzman also worked for the World Bank Group and for the American Institutes for Research (AIR) prior to coming to Notre Dame. He has worked in Latin America, Asia, the Caribbean and Africa.
Dr. Guzman holds a Ph.D. in Public Affairs from Princeton University, an M.A in Economics of Development and a B.A in Economics from Universidad de Los Andes in Bogota, Colombia.
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