Dr Pablo Astudillo Estévez
Director, USFQ Data Hub & Assistant Professor of Economics, Universidad San Francisco de Quito
Computational social scientist interested in understanding economic and human spatial dynamics graduated at the University of Oxford.
Pablo is the Director of the USFQ Data Hub and Assistant Professor of Economics at the Universidad San Francisco de Quito. Pablo was a research fellow at the Growth Lab at Harvard University, and visiting fellow at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Media Lab. His main interest lies in understanding how economic networks and places evolve, learn and finding ways to unlock their potential to create knowledge and innovate. Pablo is a consultant on innovation ecosystems analysis, economic networks and firm level supply chains consultant in the Finance, Competitiveness & Innovation Global Practice at the World Bank - IBRD and he had worked for the Inter-American Development Bank.
No. 2023-08 - Firm-level production networks: what do we (really) know?
16 May 23
Are standard production network properties similar across all available datasets, and if not, why?
No. 2023-05 - Reconstructing firm-level input-output networks from partial information
21 Mar 23
We use a recently developed maximum entropy method to reconstruct the values of the transac- tions b...
Reconstructing production networks using machine learning
27 Feb 23
The vulnerability of supply chains and their role in the propagation of shocks has been highlighted ...