Maria Laura Sanchez Puerta
Maria Laura Sanchez Puerta is the Program Leader for Human Development for Egypt, Yemen and Djibouti. Before, she worked for more than ten years in the Social Protection and Jobs Global Practice, where she specialized on the intersection of labor and development economics. Maria Laura has extensive research and operational experience in a range of topics -- multi-sectoral jobs diagnostics and strategies, productive inclusion policies, skills development plans, and active labor market programs. She has led global research on jobs in value chains, cognitive and socio-emotional skills and labor outcomes, workforce development, income mobility in Latin America, informality and labor market segmentation, and the effects of globalization on working conditions. An Argentinian national, Maria Laura obtained her Doctor of Philosophy in Economics from Cornell University and has been an IZA Research Fellow since 2007.
- Quand la routine tue des emplois
- المهارات الروتينية مريحة، لكن يمكن أن تكون قاتلة للوظائف
- While routines are comforting, they can also be job killers
- Las tareas rutinarias pueden ser cómodas, pero también pueden eliminar empleos
- De nouvelles pistes pour créer davantage d’emplois pour les pauvres
- Unveiling new paths to create more Jobs for the Poor
- How can we unlock the potential of household enterprises in Tanzania?
- Understanding value chains to drive job growth
- A blueprint for better jobs in Kenya