IZA World of Labor
Angel Melguizo

OECD Development Centre, France

I am thrilled to be part of this initiative. We need projects that help connect the research to the actual policy making. I am confident World of Labor will consolidate as this tool in the area of labor markets, where many challenges are seen both in developed and emerging economies

IZA World of Labor role

Author

Current position

Head of Latin American and Caribbean Unit, OECD Development Centre, France

Research interest

Fiscal policy, pensions, economic growth, development, Latin America, emerging economies

Positions/functions as a policy advisor

Head of the Latin American and Caribbean Unit, OECD Development Centre (2014–); Lead Specialist, Labor Markets and Pensions, Inter-American Development Bank (2012–2014); Advisor, Labor Markets, Pension, Immigration, Economic Bureau of the President, Spain (2007–2008)

Past positions

Instructor, World Economic Outlook, Université Paris X Nanterre, Master 1 Monnaie, Banque Finance, Assurance, and Master 1 Economie Appliquée, 2015; Lecturer, Economic Realities and Development in Latin America, Science-Po (IEP – Paris), Master in International Affairs, 2011; Associate, Center for Inter-American Policy & Research, Tulane University (2010–)

Qualifications

PhD Economics, Complutense University, 2006

Selected publications

  • Better Pensions, Better Jobs Towards Universal Coverage in Latin America and the Caribbean. Washington DC: InterAmerican Development Bank, 2013 (with M. Bosch and C. Pages).

  • “Who bears labour taxes and social contributions? A meta-analysis approach.” SERIEs 4:3 (2013): 247–271 (with J. González-Páramo).

  • “Matching pension schemes in Colombia, Mexico and Peru: Experiences and prospects expand coverage?” In: Holzmann, R., R. Hinz, N. Takayama, and D. Tuesta (eds). Matching Defined Contributions Schemes: Role and Limits to Increase Coverage in Low and Middle Income Countries. Washington DC: The World Bank, 2012; pp. 193–213 (with L. Carranza and D. Tuesta).

  • “Moving from pay as you go to privately managed individual pension accounts: What have we learned after 25 years of the Chilean reform?” Pensions: An International Journal 14:1 (2009): 14–27 (with J. Vial).

  • “¿Quién soporta las cotizaciones sociales empresariales y la fiscalidad laboral? Una panorámica de la literatura empírica.” Hacienda Pública Española 188:1 (2009): 125–182.