Braulio is a Peruvian economics student at the National University of San Marcos. He currently works in the Impact Evaluation area of the Ministry of Housing, Construction and Sanitation of Peru. His interests include the application of behavioral economics and data science in public policy design and implementation. He is a co-founder and writer at “La Rotonda”, an organization that promotes participation and debate regarding current economic trends and topics. He is also affiliated with EvalYouth Perú, a network that promotes the culture and evaluation practice within the public and development spheres.
Employment Beyond Intent: How Behavioral Science Can Ease The Job Search During COVID-19
Many workplaces across the world are at least partially closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Behavioral science may play an important role in the job search process of many unemployed individuals globally as economies gradually begin to open up.