Juan Pablo Chauvin
PhD student of Public Policy
Researcher - Taubman Center for State and Local Government
Juan Pablo Chauvin is a PhD student of Public Policy, and a researcher associated with the Center for International Development and the Taubman Center for State and Local Government at Harvard. His research focuses on the role of industrial composition in the economic development of cities and regions. In the past he was Consultant with the German Technical Cooperation Agency (GTZ) in Ecuador where he advised local and provincial governments on economic development policies. He also held teaching positions at three Ecuadorian universities. He holds a BA in Economics and a BA in Sociology from Universidad San Francisco de Quito, a Master in Public Policy degree (Local Development) from FLACSO-Ecuador and a Master in Public Administration in International Development degree from Harvard.
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