Daniel Halim, Microeconomista aplicado del Grupo de Género del Banco Mundial

Daniel Halim

Applied Microeconomist, Gender Group, World Bank

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Daniel Halim is an applied microeconomist in the World Bank Gender Group. Before joining the Gender Group, Daniel was a consultant with the World Bank East Asia & Pacific Gender Innovation Lab, where he worked on an inferential research studying the role of childcare on maternal employment and an impact evaluation project of a large-scale government program to reduce undocumented migration. Daniel works at the intersection of development, labor, education, and gender economics. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.