Alma Irene Sobrevilla Gonzalez
Address:Room 316, Adam Smith Building
THE ROLE OF WOMEN EMPOWERMENT IN BREAKING THE PROCESS OF INTERGENERATIONAL HEALTH TRANSMISSION.
Child health and welfare, intergenerational transmission of anthropometric and economic outcomes, women’s empowerment, human capital and chronic poverty, migration.
After graduating with honours from the School of Economics at the Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon (UANL), Alma worked for three years at the Bank of Mexico as a research economist, collaborating in the elaboration of the Quarterly Report of Regional Economies and a variety of specific research projects on competitiveness and inflation dynamics. In 2013, Alma got her Master’s degree in Development Economics from the University of Sussex with distinction, being also awarded the prize for the best performance in Economics.