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Rocio Ribero, Ph.D.

Adjunct Professor
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Rocio Ribero, Ph.D., is an economist with specializations in labor economics and industrial organization. Her research on applied microeconomics to the economics of the family has been published in the Review of Economics of the Household and in The American Economic Review: Papers and Proceedings. Ribero has presented her studies at several professional meetings, such as the meetings of the American Economic Association, the Latin American and Caribbean Economic Association, and the European Society for Population Economics. As a professor and researcher at Universidad de los Andes in Bogotá, Colombia, she taught Microeconomic Theory and Principles, Econometrics, and Labor and Family Economics, and participated in a variety of research and consulting projects in Latin America in the areas of development economics, investments in education, health economics, and gender inequalities in poverty and labor. She has worked on several research projects of the Inter-American Development Bank, The World Bank, the Pan American Health Organization, and Educate Girls Globally, and as a consultant in the application of microeconomics for litigation purposes. Her litigation experience includes market analysis, competitive behavior, contract disputes, and the calculation of lost profits in a number of industries. She has ample experience as an instructor of theoretical and applied economics, statistics, and finance in the online environment.


  • Postdoctorate work in Labor Economics, Yale University
  • Ph.D., Economics, New York University
  • M.Phil., New York University
  • M.A., Economics, Universidad de los Andes


  • Mathematician, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana


School of Business and Management

  • Undergraduate Programs

Courses Taught

  • BUSI 521 - Managerial Economics