Ximena Del Carpio
Ximena Del Carpio, Senior Economist, World Bank
Ximena Del Carpio is a Program Leader for Social Inclusion in the World Bank’s Turkey office. Prior to that, Ximena was a senior economist in the Social Protection and Labor global practice in Europe and Central Asia and East Asia and Pacific. She also worked in the World Bank’s Independent Evaluation Group and the Human Development Network where she focused on evaluating the impact of various economic development programs in countries throughout Latin America and Africa. Prior to coming to the World Bank Ximena worked at the RAND Corporation and at the Minority Business Development Agency of the U.S. Department of Commerce. Ximena has a PhD in Political Economics from the University of Southern California and also holds a dual Masters in Business Administration and Public Policy.
- Quand la faiblesse du capital humain freine les gains de productivité : l’exemple de la Turquie et du Pérou
- Ejemplos de Turquía y Perú: cómo el bajo nivel de capital humano puede limitar el aumento de la productividad
- How Low Human Capital Can Limit Productivity Improvements. Examples from Turkey and Peru
- كيف يمكن أن يحدّ ضعف رأس المال البشري من تحسين الإنتاجية.أمثلة من تركيا وبيرو
- Has job creation been accompanied by job quality in Turkey?
- Türkiye’de İstihdam Artışının Yanında İstihdam Kalitesi de Arttı Mı?
- Management Quality Matters: Measuring and Benchmarking the Quality of Firms' Management in Turkey
- Informality as a channel to cope with rigid labor markets
- Preventing distortions in minimum wages
- South-South Migration: Foreign Workers in Malaysia
- The Unintended Consequences of Increases in the Minimum Wage
- Using CCTs to Reduce Child Labor and Improve the Quality of Work that Children Perform