Research Economist, Development Economics
World Bank

Sandra V. Rozo is a development economist. She works as an assistant professor at the Marshall School of  Business of USC. Key research topics that interest her include exploring the effects of forced migration within hosting economies and of the role of public policies in supporting these migrants, and studying how firms' decisions change with economic and political shocks. She holds a PhD (2015) and MA (2012) from UCLA, and a BA (2007) and MA (2008) from Universidad de los Andes.