La pandemia COVID-19 ha expuesto la fragilidad financiera de los hogares. Antes de la pandemia, seis de cada diez personas en América Latina y el Caribe reportaron carecer de recursos para cubrir una emergencia, y entre el quintil más pobre, la cifra fue solo dos de cada diez personas. Al igual que en la crisis financiera de 2008, la crisis de la COVID-19 ha revelado la … [Lee más...] Acerca deAlfabetización financiera en el Caribe: el caso de Barbados
Diether W. Beuermann
Diether W. Beuermann is a Senior Economist in the Caribbean Country Department of the Inter-American Development Bank. He has led research and data collection projects in various countries including Barbados, Guyana, Jamaica, Peru, Russia, Suriname, The Bahamas, Democratic Republic of Congo, Trinidad and Tobago, and the United States. His research has covered the effects of different information and communication technologies on agricultural profitability, child labor, academic performance, pre-natal care, and neo-natal health. He has also conducted research on the effectiveness of participatory budgeting, the short- and long-run effects of educational quality, the role of remittances as a social insurance mechanism, the effects of early-life weather shocks on short- and long-term human capital accumulation, the effects of public health insurance on health outcomes and labor supply, the effects of behavioral-based entrepreneurship training on firm profitability, the effects of blue-collar crime on financial access and credit prices of affected firms, and the effectiveness of math-focused parenting programs. He has published in several international peer-reviewed journals, including the American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, Journal of Human Resources, Journal of Health Economics, Journal of Development Economics, Economics of Governance, and Economics and Human Biology. He holds a B.A. in business management and a B.Sc. in economics from the Universidad de Lima, a M.Sc. in finance from the University of Durham, and a M.A. and Ph.D. in economics from the University of Maryland-College Park.