FUENTES CORDOBA Gabriel
B.A. University of Panama
M.A., Ph.D. Tohoku University
Research and Teaching Interests：
I specialize in Development Economics and Applied Microeconomics. I am involved in projects examining how different types of of property right ownership in rural areas impact agricultural productivity, investments, and sustainability. My current research interests include: the effects of civil conflict on the formation of political beliefs; empirical studies to understand the reasons why indigenous minorities tend to be the poorest individuals of Latin America; and the determinants of household credit. In the FLA, I teach development economics, economics of poverty, and introductory microeconomics.
- Gabriel Fuentes Cordoba, 2019.
Does the recognition of indigenous territories impact household economic situations? Evidence from western Panama. Journal of Comparative Economics, Volume 47, Issue 1, pp 225-237
- Gabriel Fuentes Cordoba, 2017. Land property rights and agricultural productivity: Evidence from Panama. DSSR Discussion Paper 67
|IBE200||PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS|
|IBE317||ECONOMIC ISSUES IN THE DEVELOPING WORLD|
|IBE467||ECONOMICS OF POVERTY|
|BD532Z||ECONOMICS OF DEVELOPMENT AND POVERTY|