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Mario González Flores

Mario Gonzalez Flores

Adjunct Instructor School of International Service

Additional Positions at AU

  • Adjunct Instructor at SIS - Skills Institute for Stata for Economics/Development
Mario González Flores holds a PhD in Economics from CAS at American University. He has worked in the field of economic development for the past eight years. He has consulted for CGIAR-CIP in Ecuador, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN in Rome, and the Inter-American Development Bank in Washington DC. He is currently working at the Inter-American Development Bank for the Strategic Planning and Development Effectiveness unit where he provides support in the design and implementation of impact evaluations for the following divisions: Rural Development & Natural Disasters, Capital Market and Finance, and Competitiveness and Innovation. Mario's main areas of interest are agricultural economics, impact evaluations, technical efficiency, and micro-econometrics.


Ph.D., Economics, from CAS at AU; M.A., Economics, from CAS at AU; M.A., International Development, from SIS at AU; B.A., Political Science, Queens College - CUNY; A.A., Liberal Arts, Soc. Sciences & Humanities, LaGuardia Community College - CUNY

Favorite Spot on Campus
Library, 2nd. Floor
Book Currently Reading
The Color of Water, by James McBride
Languages Spoken
English, Spanish, Portuguese (basic), and Italian (basic)
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See Also
How do Agricultural Programmes Alter Crop Production? Evidence from Ecuador
Linking Smallholders to the New Agricultural Economy: The Case of the Plataformas de Concertación in Ecuador
Leaving the Safety Net: An Analysis of Dropouts in an Urban Conditional Cash Transfer Program
Assessing the Effectiveness of Agricultural Interventions