Profile
CAYUL

Pedro CAYUL

PhD Researcher in International Economics
Areas of expertise
  • Development
  • Econometrics
  • Armed conflicts
Geographical Region of Expertise
  • Latin America

PhD Thesis

 

Title: Self Determination Conflicts: Dynamics and Consequences

PhD Supervisor & Co-Supervisor:  Timothy Swanson and Jérémy Lucchetti

Expected completion date: 2023

 

Profile

 

Pedro is a PhD candidate in Development Economics. He obtained a bachelor's degree in Economics and a Master in Economic Analysis from Universidad de Chile. He worked as teaching assistant in Chili for six years both in undergradutate and master programs and he is currenttly a teacher assistant for MINT programs. He has worked as research assistant and consultant for the World Bank, UNCTAD and the ILO. Given his Mapuche heritage, his research interest are self determination conflicts and politcal representation for indigenous groups in Latin America.

 

Research Interests

 

  • Development

  • Political Economy

  • Conflict

  • Econometrics

 

Relevant Publications and Works

 

Cayul, P., A. Corvalan, D. Jaimovich, and M. Pazzona (2021). Introducing MACEDA: New Micro-Data on an Indigenous Self-Determination Conflict. Journal of Peace Research (Forthcoming)

 

Academic Work Experience

 

Teaching Experience

Teaching Assistant for six years at the Universidad de Chile in both Undergradutate and Master programs

Teaching Assistant at the Graduate Institute Geneva for the Interdisciplinary Masters in Development and International Affairs

 

Research Experience

Research Assistant at the World Bank, UNCTAD and the ILO

 


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