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The Bologna Institute for Policy Research | Scholar Profile | Jacqueline Mazza

Jacqueline Mazza
Adjunct Professor of International Development
Adjunct Professor, Western Hemisphere Program, The Johns Hopkins Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, Washington

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Geographic Areas
Latin America
Mexico

Issues
American Foreign Policy
Developing Nations
Economic Development
Economics
Elections and Foreign Policy
Emerging Markets
Foreign Aid and Global Poverty
Labor Economics and Outsourcing
U.S. Congress and Foreign Policy

Languages
Italian
Spanish

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Background and Education
Previously Principal Labor Markets Specialist, Labor Markets Unit, Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) (1993-2014). For the past 15 years Prof. Mazza has taught U.S. foreign policy towards Latin America, development, and labor markets at SAIS Washington; she has over 30 years of research and multilateral development experience and is a recognized regional expert in the fields of employment, training, labor migration, social inclusion and labor policy. Ph.D., The Johns Hopkins University, SAIS.

Other Publications
She is the author of numerous books and publications in labor markets, social policy and Latin American democratic development including: Labor Intermediation Services in Developing Economies: Adapting Employment Services for a Global Age (2016); "Migration in a Mobile Age: Perspectives from China, India and the Americas," in Latin America and the Asian Giants: Evolving Ties with China and India, ed. R. Roett and G. Paz (2016); Fast-Tracking Jobs: Advances and Next Steps in Labor Intermediation in Latin America and the Caribbean (2011); "The Other Side of the Fence: Changing Dynamics in Migration in the Americas," in Migration Policy Source (2010); The Outsiders: The Changing Patterns of Exclusion in Latin America and the Caribbean co-author (2008); "Addressing Exclusion: Social Policy Perspectives from Latin America," in Inclusive States: Social Policy and Structural Inequalities (2008); Social Inclusion and Economic Development in Latin America, co-editor (2004), and Don't Disturb the Neighbors: the United States and Democracy in Mexico (2001).






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