Sandra Rozo

Assistant Professor of Finance and Business Economics
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PhD, MA UCLA; MA, BA Universidad de los Andes

Sandra Rozo’s interests include development economics and applied microeconomics. Her current research focuses on understanding the consequences of illegal behavior on economic development and how refugees affect hosting economies. Professor Rozo is also a research Fellow of the Provost Office, the Center for Social and Economic Research, and a Faculty member at the Schaeffer Center for Health Policy and Economics. Before receiving her PhD, she worked at the Inter-American Development Bank evaluating and designing development projects implemented in Latin America. Her research has been covered by the Huffington Post, National Public Radio (NPR), Economonitor, Drug Policy Alliance, El Tiempo (Colombia), and El Espectador (Colombia).

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Sandra Rozo, Juan Fernando Vargas () "Can Internally Displaced Populations Affect Political Elections? The Colombian Case ,".
Sandra Rozo, Carla Calero () "The Effects of Youth Training on Risk Behavior: The Role of Non-Cognitive Skills ,"  IZA Journal of Labor and Development  5, 2-27.
Sandra Rozo, Pascual Restrepo, Daniel Mejia () "On the Effects of Enforcement on Illegal Markets: Evidence from a Quasi-experiment in Colombia ,"  World Bank Economic Review, 1-34.
Sandra Rozo, Veronica Gonzalez, Carlos Morales, Yuri Soares () "Creating Opportunities for Rural Producers: Impact Evaluation of a Pilot Program in Colombia ,"  Journal of Drug Policy Analysis  8, 1-46.