Ph.D. Candidate in Economics
Daniel Valderrama is a Ph.D. candidate in economics at Georgetown University. He was previously a junior professional associate in the Poverty Global Practice at the World Bank. His research interests are focused on the intersection of political economy and public economics. In particular, he is analyzing how different political and economic distortions affect welfare in local economies. Valderrama earned his M.A. in economics from Georgetown, as well as a Master of economics from the Universidad del Rosario and a Bachelor of economics from the Universidad de Antioquia.