亞歷杭德拉·米扎拉.加州大學經濟學博士.智利大學經濟研究所所長. IAE國際學士院院士

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日期:2021/08/27   IA

 

亞歷杭德拉·米扎拉 IAE國際學士院院士

 

Alejandra Mizala

教授智利大學工業工程系應用經濟學

中心學術主任 教育高級研究中心

研究興趣

Alejandra Mizala 擁有智利大學的經濟學學位和加州大學伯克利分校的經濟學博士學位。她是智利大學工業工程系應用經濟學中心教育研究所所長和教授。她還是智利大學教育高級研究中心的主任。

 

她撰寫了文章、書籍章節和兩本關於廣泛教育主題的書籍。她的研究領域是教育經濟學,重點是製度安排和改革對智利擇校制度、教師勞動力市場和教育中的性別平等結果的影響。

 

她過去的任命包括,智利國家科學技術研究委員會 (CONICYT) 董事會副主席(2017-19 年)和 CONICYT 董事會成員(2015-17 年),系主任工業工程博士(2011-15),拉丁美洲和加勒比經濟協會執行委員會成員(2011-15),智利經濟協會主席(2004-05)和國家科學基金科學委員會成員和技術發展 (FONDECYT) (2006-09)。

 

她曾擔任最低工資委員會 (2010-11)、總統勞工和平等委員會 (2007-08)、總統養老金改革委員會 (2006) 和總統教育改革委員會 (2006) 的委員。她還曾擔任國際組織(世界銀行、IADB 和 ECLAC)、外國政府和智利公共部門(主要是教育部)的顧問

 

職位

教育學院院長

 

教育高級研究中心主任

 

工業工程系應用經濟學教授中心

 

智利大學

 

博士

經濟學博士,加州大學伯克利分校,1985 年。

 

近期職務及榮譽

智利國家科學技術研究委員會(CONICYT)董事會副主席(2017-2019)。CONICYT 董事會成員(2015-2017)

 

工業工程系主任 (2011-2015)

 

2017年ENEL獎

 

2015 年阿曼達·拉巴卡獎,以表彰她對大學和國家的貢獻

 

2015 年 ComunidadMujer 獎,以表彰她對數學中性別差距的研究以及鼓勵更多女性從事 STEM 領域專業的行動

 

年度經濟學家獎,由智利大學經濟學院頒發,2014 年。

 

2009 年度研究生教師。智利大學工業工程繫管理和公共政策碩士。

 

2008年度本科教師。智利大學工程學院

 

100 位女性領袖獎,2005、2006 和 2008 年。由 El Mercurio 和 Mujeres Empresarias 頒發。

 

Mujer Generación Siglo XXI(二十一世紀女性)獎,智利大學,2004 年。

 

博士

經濟學博士,加州大學伯克利分校,1985 年。

 

出版物

“智利大學專業選擇中的性別差距”教育經濟學評論 77,2020 年,P. Bordón 和 C. Canals。

 

“促進智利的優質教育:改革教師職業的政治”教育政策雜誌 35(4),2020 年:529-555,與 B. Schneider。 

 

“學校關閉和教育程度:來自基於市場的系統的證據”教育經濟學評論 65,2018 年:1-17,N. Grau 和 D. Hojman。

 

“經濟狀況調查學校憑證和教育成就:來自智利通用憑證系統的證據。” 美國政治與社會科學院年鑑 674,2017:163-183,與 F. Torche。

 

 “衡量拉丁美洲學校教師的相對薪酬 1997-2007” International Journal of Educational Development 47, 2016: 20-32, with H. Ñopo。

 

“職前小學教師對學生表現的期望:他們的信念如何受到數學焦慮和學生性別的影響”。教學和教師教育 50, 2015: 70-78, 與 S. Martinez 和 F. Martinez

 

“協商教育改革:智利的教師評估和激勵措施(1990-2010)” Governance vol 27(1): 87-109, 2014,與 B. Schneider 合著。

 

“學校市場:信息對學校效率的影響”,《發展經濟學雜誌》103:313-335,2013 年,M. Urquiola。

 

“讓學校回歸:智利代金券系統中的教育成就分層”。國際教育發展雜誌,2012 年 32 月:132-144,與 F. Torche。

 

 “有效的學校確實存在:智利低收入兒童的學業表現”。Applied Economic Letters 19(5), 2012: 445-451,與 B. Lara 和 A. Repetto。

 

“拉丁美洲的公私工資差距(1992-2007):匹配方法。” 勞動經濟學 18, 2011: 115-131,與 P. Romaguera 和 S. Gallegos

 

“私人代金券教育的有效性:來自結構性學校轉換的證據”。教育評估與政策分析 33(2), 2011: 119-137。與 B. Lara 和 A. Repetto。

 

“使用學校獎學金評估私立教育對智利低收入學生學業成績的影響”。教育經濟評論 28(3),2009:370-381,與 A. Repetto 和 P. Anand。

 

“社會經濟地位還是噪音?學校質量信息生成的權衡”。Journal of Development Economics 84, 2007: 61-75,與 P. Romaguera 和 M. Urquiola。

 

Alejandra Mizala

Professor Center of Applied Economics, Department of Industrial Engineering

Academic Director Center for Advanced Research in Education

University of Chile

 

Bio and Research Interest

Alejandra Mizala holds an economics degree from the University of Chile and a PhD in economics from the University of California, Berkeley. She is Director of the Institute of Education and Professor at the University of Chile with the Center of Applied Economics, Department of Industrial Engineering. She is also Director of the Center for Advanced Research in Education at the University of Chile.

 

She has written articles, chapters in books and two books on a wide range of education topics. Her research is on the Economics of Education, with a focus on the impact of institutional arrangements and reforms on the outcomes of the Chilean school choice system, teachers’ labor market, and gender equality in education.

 

Her past appointments include, Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Chilean National Commission for Scientific and Technological Research (CONICYT) (2017-19) and member of the Board of Directors of CONICYT (2015-17), Chair of the Department of Industrial Engineering (2011-15), member of the Latin America and the Caribbean Economic Association’s Executive Committee (2011-15), President of the Chilean Economic Association (2004-05) and member of the Science Council of the National Fund for Scientific and Technological Development (FONDECYT) (2006-09).

 

She served as a commissioner on the Minimum Wage Committee (2010-11), the Presidential Labor and Equity Council (2007-08), the Presidential Pension Reform Council (2006) and the Presidential Education Reform Council (2006). She has also worked as a consultant of international organizations (World Bank, IADB, and ECLAC), foreign governments and the Chilean public sector, mainly the Education Ministry

 

Positions

Director Institute of Education

 

Director Center for Advanced Research in Education

 

Professor Center of Applied Economics, Department of Industrial Engineering

 

University of Chile

 

PhD

PhD in Economics, University of California, Berkeley, 1985.

 

Recent Positions and honors

Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Chilean National Commission for Scientific and Technological Research (CONICYT) (2017-2019). Member of the Board of Directors of CONICYT (2015-2017)

 

Chair Department Industrial Engineering (2011-2015)

 

Award ENEL 2017

 

Award Amanda Labarca Prize 2015 for her contribution to the university and the country

 

Award ComunidadMujer 2015 in recognition for her research on gender gaps in mathematics and actions to encourage more women in STEM field majors

 

Award Economist of the year, given by the School of Economics, University of Chile, 2014.

 

Graduate Teacher of the Year 2009. Master in Management and Public Policy, Department of Industrial Engineering, University of Chile.

 

Undergraduate Teacher of the Year 2008. School of Engineering, University of Chile

 

100 Female Leaders Award, years 2005, 2006 and 2008. Given by El Mercurio and Mujeres Empresarias.

 

Mujer Generación Siglo XXI (Woman of the Twenty-first Century Generation) Award, University of Chile, 2004.

 

PhD

PhD in Economics, University of California, Berkeley, 1985.

 

Publications

“The Gender Gap in College Major Choice in Chile” Economics of Education Review 77, 2020, with P. Bordón and C. Canals.

 

“Promoting quality education in Chile: the politics of reforming teacher careers” Journal of Educational Policy 35(4), 2020: 529-555, with B. Schneider. 

 

“School closure and educational attainment: Evidence from a market-based system” Economics of Education Review 65, 2018:1-17, with N. Grau and D. Hojman.

 

“Means-Tested School Vouchers and Educational Achievement: Evidence from Chile’s Universal Voucher System.” ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 674, 2017: 163-183, with F. Torche.

 

 “Measuring the Relative Pay of School Teachers in Latin America 1997-2007” International Journal of Educational Development 47, 2016: 20-32, with H. Ñopo.

 

“Pre-service Elementary School Teachers’ Expectations about Student Performance: How their Beliefs are affected by their Mathematics Anxiety and Student’s Gender”. Teaching and Teacher Education 50, 2015: 70-78, with S. Martinez and F. Martinez

 

"Negotiating Education Reform: Teacher Evaluations and Incentives in Chile (1990-2010)" Governance vol 27(1): 87-109, 2014, with  B. Schneider.

 

“School markets:  The impact of information approximating schools’ effectiveness” Journal of Development Economics 103: 313-335, 2013, with M. Urquiola.

 

“Bringing the schools back in: the stratification of educational achievement in the Chilean voucher system”. International Journal of Educational Development 32, 2012: 132-144, with F. Torche.

 

 “Effective Schools do Exist: Low Income Children’s Academic Performance in Chile”. Applied Economic Letters 19(5), 2012: 445-451, with B. Lara and A. Repetto.

 

“Public-Private Wage Gap in Latin America (1992-2007): A Matching Approach.”  Labour Economics 18, 2011: 115-131, with P. Romaguera and S. Gallegos

 

“The Effectiveness of Private Voucher Education: Evidence from Structural School Switches”. Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis 33(2), 2011: 119-137. with B. Lara and A. Repetto.

“Using School Scholarships to Estimate the Effect of Private Education on the Academic Achievement of Low Income Students in Chile”. Economic of Education Review 28(3), 2009: 370-381, with A. Repetto and  P. Anand.

 

“Socioeconomic status or noise?  Tradeoffs in the generation of school quality information”. Journal of Development Economics 84, 2007: 61-75, with P. Romaguera and M. Urquiola.