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Alejandra Cox Edwards


California State University

Alejandra Cox Edwards received her Ph.D. from the University of Chicago in 1984 and is a Professor of Economics at California State University - Long Beach. She was a Senior Economist at The World Bank from 1993 to
1996 working on labor-market related research and project preparation.
She was part of the team that prepared the World Development Report 95 and was the main author of Labor and Economic Reforms in Latin America, also published by The World Bank in 1995. The second edition of her book
(co-author) Monetarism and Liberalization: The Chilean Experiment, was published by The University of Chicago Press in 1991, and published in Spanish by Fondo de Cultura (Mexico) in 1993. Her book (co-author)

Associated Research Projects

UM08-23: Work and Retirement Choices of Women: The Impact of Social Security Rules in Chile
UM07-14: Work and retirement choices of men: the impact of social security rules in Chile
UM06-19: Who Annuitizes and How Do System Rules Shape These Choices? The Case of Chile
UM04-07: Do Individual Retirement Account Systems Postpone Retirement?: Evidence from Chile
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