Ingo W. Outes-León

PhD in Economics - University of Oxford

Ingo holds a PhD in Economics from University of Oxford, specialized in development issues. He is member of the Centre for the Study of African Economies (CSAE) at the University of Oxford and has been an Associated Researcher at Queen Elizabeth House (QEH), Oxford.

He has a MSc degree in Economics for Development from University of Oxford and a MSc degree in Global Market Economics from the London School of Economics. His research work focuses on issues related to risk and insurance, early childhood development and the dynamic analysis of poverty.

During his residency at GRADE he worked in several evaluation projects including fieldwork for evaluating the impact of land titles in the construction of economic preferences; explorations on how assessing the impact of non-contributory pension programs, and the design and evaluation of non-cognitive interventions in early childhood.