Guillermo Beylis is a Research Economist in the World Bank's Office of the Chief Economist for Latin America and the Caribbean. He obtained a Ph.D. in Economics from UCLA in 2013. His research focuses on topics regarding labor markets, poverty, and inequality. Currently his research is focused on the effects of educational mismatch in labor markets and the effects on poverty and inequality, the lighthouse effect of minimum wages, selection into self-employment, and the impact of automation in developing countries.
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