Matias Herrera Dappe
Matías is Senior Economist in the Sustainable Development Department for the South Asia Region of the World Bank. His work at the World Bank focuses on infrastructure (mainly transport and electricity), particularly on utilities performance, regulation, auctions, and private sector participation. He has been working with numerous South Asian and Latin American governments on policy issues. Prior to joining the World Bank, Matías worked with the private sector, think tanks, and governments in developing as well as developed countries on infrastructure investments and policy, and fiscal policy. Matías received his PhD in economics from the University of Maryland, where he also taught microeconomics and game theory. Matías has authored articles and contributed to books on auction design and implementation, strategic behavior in imperfect markets, utilities performance and regulation, and infrastructure economics.
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