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Maurice Kugler (Maurice David Kugler) was born on 24 November, 1967 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Discover Maurice Kugler’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 53 years old?
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This research has been recognized with the Juan Luis Londoño Prize, presented to the best paper on social policy in the Latin American and Caribbean Economic Association (LACEA) Conference program, Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia, October 15–17, 2015 (“Educational, Labor Market, and Welfare Impacts of Scholarships for Private Secondary School: Evidence from Colombia,” co-authored with Eric Bettinger, Michael Kremer, Carlos Medina, Christian Posso and Juan Saavedra); and also with the First Prize for Best Contribution in the area of “Globalization, Regulation and Development” at the Global Development Network Annual Conference Program, Prague, Czech Republic, January 16–18, 2010 (“Trade Reforms and Market Selection: Evidence from Manufacturing Plants in Colombia,” co-authored with Marcela Eslava, John Haltiwanger and Adriana Kugler.)
In addition, the latter paper was published in 2013 in the Review of Economic Dynamics and was identified by the publisher, Elsevier Science, as one of the most highly cited papers during 2014, 2015 and up until June 2016, according to data from Scopus (the largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature).
(See e.g. Blyde, Juan, Kugler, Maurice, Stein, Ernesto (2009) “Exporting or Local Input Use by MNC Subsidiaries: Which Determines FDI Spillovers?, Working Paper, Department of Economics, Wilfrid Laurier University).
(See e.g. Facundo Albornoz and Maurice Kugler (2008), “Exporting Spillovers: Firm-Level Evidence from Argentina,” Working Paper eg0057, Department of Economics, Wilfrid Laurier University)
(See e.g. Maurice Kugler and Hillel Rapoport (2007), “International labour and capital flows: Substitutes or complements?” Economics Letters, Vol. 92, No. 2, pp. 155–162).
(See e.g. Kugler, Maurice, and Emanuela Lotti (2007), “Migrant Remittances, Human Capital Formation and Job Creation Externalities in Central America,” Integration & Trade Journal 27 (July–December): 105-134).
(See e.g. Jonathan Eaton, Marcela Eslava, Maurice Kugler and James Tybout (2007), “Export Dynamics in Colombia: Firm-Level Evidence,” NBER Working Paper No. 13531).
Kugler has conducted research on international trade, foreign direct investment and skilled migration. He explores how global market integration impacts on the prospects of economic growth and convergence for the poor in nations and regions. Since 2006, he has been Research Fellow at the Growth Lab of the Center for International Development in Harvard University, and since 2007, visiting scholar at the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER). Before becoming a professor at George Mason University, he taught at Harvard, Los Andes, Southampton, Stanford and Wilfrid Laurier Universities.
(See e.g. Maurice Kugler (2006), “Spillovers from foreign direct investment: within or between industries? Journal of Development Economics, Vol. 80, No. 2, pp. 444–477).
(See e.g. Souraya El Yaman, Maurice Kugler and Hillel Rapoport (2006), “Migration and Foreign Investments across the European Union: What are the Links?” Revue Economique, Vol. 58, No. 3, pp. 725–733).
Maurice Kugler is a Colombian American economist born in 1967. He received his Ph.D. in Economics from UC Berkeley in 2000, as well as an M.Sc.(Econ) and a B.Sc. (Econ) both from the London School of Economics. Dr. Kugler is Professor of Public Policy at George Mason University in the Schar School of Policy and Government. Prior, he worked as a consultant for the World Bank, where he was senior economist before (2010-2012). Most recently he was Principal Research Scientist and Managing Director at IMPAQ International. Before that, he was head of the Development Research and Data Unit of UNDP, where he was the lead writer of the Human Development Report. He was named in 2007 to the inaugural CIGI Chair in International Public Policy by the Laurier School of Business and Economics.
In 2010, CIGI, the Centre for International Governance Innovation, jointly with University of Waterloo and Wilfrid Laurier University launched the Balsillie School of International Affairs. Starting in 2007, Dr. Kugler was Visiting Professor of Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School. The economics bibliographic database IDEAS/RePEc has ranked Dr. Kugler among the top 5 percent of economists worldwide by a number of criteria, including average rank score, the number of citations, the h-index, and the breadth of citations across fields. Also, he has more than 6,000 citations in Google Scholar, with 17 contributions garnering over 100 citations.