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Mexico Virtual Lecture Series


Location: via Zoom

“Poverty reduction policies in Mexico: Are universal policies better than conditional cash transfers?”

Alejandro Estefan
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Alejandro Estefan is a faculty member of the Keough School of Global Affairs and faculty fellow at the Kellogg Institute for International Studies.

Dr. Estefan is a native of México who worked as a policy analyst in the office of the President of the Republic of Mexico before entering academia. His research focuses on economic development, labor economics, and public finance in México and aims to provide a solid evidence base for impactful policy formulation.

The Mexico Virtual Lecture Series is a weekly event highlighting the current work and partnerships between the University of Notre Dame and Mexico. Lecture topics include economic development and public finance, medicine and culture, and the spread of vector-borne diseases in Mexico. 

The series is intended for a general audience and can be viewed via Zoom. Pre-registration for the session is requested and the Zoom link will be made available once registration is received. 

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PLEASE NOTE: Indicated event times are Eastern Daylight Time (10:00am – 11:30am CDT).

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