Rolando Leiva is a PhD candidate at the UCL Centre for Global Health Economics-Institute for Global Health. He previously worked at Hospinnomics (Paris School of Economics-Greater Paris University Hospitals). He holds a BSc in Economics from the University of Costa Rica and an MSc in Economics and Econometrics from the University of Paris 1-Sorbonne.
Rolando joined the IGH in December 2019. He co-leads the module of Introductory Microeconomics, he supervises MSc dissertations and he is a PGTA in the modules of Econometrics, Statistics for Health and Microeconomics. For his dissertation, he studies the relationship between children’s time use and human capital development. Rolando also collaborates with colleagues from research centres in the United Kingdom and France in the impact evaluation of health-related programs. His general research interests are Health Economics, Applied Econometrics, Time Use Research and Policy Evaluation.
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