Jose Enrique Garcilazo
Ph.D. in public policy, 2005
Master's degree: Economics, The University of Texas at Austin.
Present jobs: OECD, Paris: The Directorate for Public Governance and Territorial Development since September 2005.
- Garcilazo Corredera J.E. “Pay Inequality in Europe 1995-2000: Convergence between Countries and Stability Inside,” European Journal of Comparative Economics (forthcoming).
- Garcilazo Corredera J.E. Regional Labor Markets Unemployment and Inequality in Europe. Saarbrücken: VDM Verlag Dr. Müller e.K, 2007.
- Garcilazo Corredera J.E. “Unemployment Inequality and the Policy of Europe, 1984-2000,” BNL Quarterly Review, March 2004.
Dissertation title: Regional Labor Markets Unemployment and Inequality in Europe.
Dissertation supervisor: Professor James K. Galbraith
Research Interests: monetary economics, computational economics and econometrics. During his doctoral studies, his research focused primarily on the problem of European unemployment in which he explored the relationship between inequality and unemployment by developing a regional model of unemployment applied to Europe's period of integration