Daniela Araujo, M.P.P

Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin

Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg
Lehrstuhl für VWL, insb. Empirische Mikroökonomik
Raum: F21/02.01
Feldkirchenstraße 21
96052 Bamberg

Telefon: +49(0)951-863-2603
E-Mail: daniela.araujo(at)uni-bamberg.de

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Lehre im Wintersemester 2020/2021

Einführung in Stata

S: Personality Psychology and Economics

 

Forschungsinteressen: 

Economics of Education, Education Policy, Impact Evaluation
 

Akademischer Werdegang:

since 2016
Doctoral Candidate of Empirical Economics, University of Bamberg, Bamberg, Germany

2007 – 2009
Master of Public Policy, Georgetown University, Washington D.C.

1999 – 2004
Bachelor of Arts in Economics, Pontifical Catholic University of Ecuador, Quito, Ecuador
 

Publikationen:

Working Papers:

Araujo P., M. D. and Quis, J.S. (forthcoming) Parents Can Tell! Evidence on Classroom Quality Differences in German Primary Schools, BERG Working Paper Series. Bamberg: Bamberg Economic Research Group, Bamberg University. Link(1.0 MB, 55 Seiten)

Araujo P., M. D., Heineck, G. and Cruz-Aguayo, Y. (2020) Does Test-Based Teacher Recruitment Work in the Developing World? Experimental Evidence from Ecuador, IZA Discussion Paper Series. IZA DP No. 13830. Bonn. Link.

Araujo P., M. D., Heineck, G. and Cruz-Aguayo, Y. (2020) Does test-based teacher recruitment work in the developing world? Experimental evidence from Ecuador, BERG Working Paper Series. No. 165. Bamberg: Bamberg Economic Research Group, Bamberg University. Link

Araujo P., M. D. (2019) Measuring the Effect of Competitive Teacher Recruitment on Student Achievement: Evidence from Ecuador, BERG Working Paper Series. No. 150. Bamberg: Bamberg Economic Research Group, Bamberg University. Link

Araujo P., M. D. (2019b) Measuring the Effect of Competitive Teacher Recruitment on Student Achievement: Evidence from Ecuador, LACEA Working Paper Series. No. 0027. Bogotá.  Link.

Puplications:
Araujo P., M. D. and Bramwell, D. (2015) “Cambios en la política educativa en Ecuador desde el año 2000,” in Paper commissioned for the EFA Global Monitoring Report 2015, Education for All 2000-2015: achievements and challenges. Paris: UNESCO. Link.

Cervantes, R., Araujo P., M. D., Salazar, P., Zambrano, S., Barreno, G. and Zúñiga, M. (2012) Reordenamiento de la Oferta Educativa. Quito: Ministerio de Educación del Ecuador. Link.

Araujo P., M.D. and Salazar P. (2010) Hacia un Sistema de Observación Ciudadana. Informe de seguimiento al Plan Decenal de Educación 2006-2010.” Quito: Grupo FARO. Link.

Araujo P., M. D. (2009) The influence of performance based incentives on the quality of the Chilean education system, Graduate Theses and Dissertations - Public Policy. Georgetown University. Link.

Konferenzen:

2021

XXIX Meeting of the Economics of Education Association hosted by the University of Zaragoza. Paper presentation “Teacher Effects in Germany: Evidence from Elementary School.” Online- Zaragoza, Spain. July 2021

11th International Workshop on Applied Economics of Education Paper presentation "Does Test-Based Teacher Recruitment Work in the Developing World? Experimental Evidence from Ecuador." Online – Catanzaro, Italy. June 2021

34th Annual Conference of the European Society for Population Economics hosted by the UB School of Economics and the Barcelona GSE. Paper presentation "Does Test-Based Teacher Recruitment Work in the Developing World? Experimental Evidence from Ecuador." Online- Barcelona, Spain. June 202

Scottish Economic Society Annual Conferencehosted by the University of Glasgow. Paper presentation "Does Test-Based Teacher Recruitment Work in the Developing World? Experimental Evidence from Ecuador." Online –Scotland. April 2021.

2021 ASSA Annual Meeting American Economic Association Poster Session: "Does Test-Based Teacher Recruitment Work in the Developing World? Experimental Evidence from Ecuador." Online – U.S. January 2021

2020

5th International NEPS Conference organized by Leibniz Institute for Educational Trajectories (LIfBi). Paper presentation: “Teacher effects in Germany: Evidence from elementary school.” Online – Bamberg, Germany. December 2020

2020 RIDGE Forum: 13th Annual Meeting Impact Evaluation Network organized by RIDGE-LACEA. Paper presentation: "Does Test-Based Teacher Recruitment Work in the Developing World? Experimental Evidence from Ecuador." Online - Montevideo, Uruguay. December 2020

Virtual PhD Workshop on Causal Analyses of School Reforms organized by ifo Institute and Social Science Center Berlin (WZB). Paper presentation: "Does Test-Based Teacher Recruitment Work in the Developing World? Experimental Evidence from Ecuador." Online - Munich, Germany. October 2020

5th IZA Workshop: The Economics of Education. Paper presentation: "Does Test-Based Teacher Recruitment Work in the Developing World? Experimental Evidence from Ecuador." Online - Bonn, Germany. September 2020.

2019

Workshop on Field Experiments in Policy Evaluation organized by the Institute for Employment Research (IAB). Paper presentation: “Does Test-Based Teacher Recruitment work? Experimental Evidence from Ecuador.” Nuremberg, Germany. November 2019.

2018

XXVII Meeting of the Economics of Education Association. Paper presentation: “Measuring the Effect of Teacher Merit Based Recruitment on Student Achievement, evidence from Ecuador.” Barcelona, Spain. June 2018.

9th International Workshop on Applied Economics of Education. Paper presentation:  “Measuring the Effect of Teacher Merit Based Recruitment on Student Achievement, evidence from Ecuador.” Catanzaro, Italy. June 2018.

2016

Global Development Network Policy Lab on Strengthening the Research Capacity of Relatively Small Countries in Latin America and the Caribbean focus on Education for Development. Policy actor invited to advise research proposals. Lima, Peru. March 2016.

2013                            

II International Seminar of Decentralized Management of Schools organized by the Ministry of Education of Peru. Presentation: “New Model of Educational Management in Ecuador.” Lima, Peru. July 2013.