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Day 2: 'Does Police Training Reduce Crime? A Randomized Trial in Colombia': Daniel Ortega

Day 2: 'Does Police Training Reduce Crime? A Randomized Trial in Colombia': Daniel Ortega

Update: 2012-07-24
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Daniel E. Ortega is Senior Research Economist at CAF – Development Bank of Latin America and associate professor at IESA Business School in Caracas. His research has broadly been in the area of microeconomics of development, with a recent focus on social experimentation and impact evaluation of literacy, education and anti-crime interventions. He is coordinator of CAF’s research program on citizen security. His research has been published in peer reviewed scholarly journals and he has been part of the team producing CAF’s annual flagship report since 2006. He holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Maryland.
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Day 2: 'Does Police Training Reduce Crime? A Randomized Trial in Colombia': Daniel Ortega

Day 2: 'Does Police Training Reduce Crime? A Randomized Trial in Colombia': Daniel Ortega

Cambridge University