Paulina Rebolledo is a Researcher at ISDC. Her research interests include development and cultural economics, mainly the design and analysis of policies that promote inclusive growth in developing economies. At ISDC, Paulina is currently working on the evaluation of programs by the UN Peacebuilding Fund (PBF), located in Mali, Sudan, and Guatemala.
Paulina has previously worked as an advisor at the Ministry of Economy of Chile, supporting and monitoring the development of public policies that sought to improve SMEs’ productivity. She also extensive experience in data analysis. Her research experience includes the collection and analysis of real-time social media data using text analysis techniques. She has contributed as a Data Manager at the Microdata Centre of the University of Chile, organizing the database for the OECD’ Program International Student Assessment in Chile (PISA, 2015).
She has a solid quantitative formation that she has applied to implement public policy in the public sector. Paulina holds a Master’s Degree in Public Policy and Development from the Toulouse School of Economics and a Master’s Degree in Economics from Pontifical Catholic University in Chile.