Assistant Professor at the School of Government at PUC Chile
Rafael Carranza is an Assistant Professor at the School of Government at PUC Chile. Between 2020 and 2023, he was a postdoctoral researcher at the Department for Social Policy and Intervention at the University of Oxford. He obtained a PhD in Social Policy at the LSE in 2020. Rafael’s work explores the causes and consequences of economic inequality, including topics such as the measurement of income and wealth inequality, intergenerational mobility, redistribution, among others.
No. 2023-22 - Intergenerational Poverty Persistence in Europe: Is There a ‘Great Gatsby Curve’ for Poverty?
01 Dec 23
Here we examine the intergenerational persistence of poverty in a comparative analysis of 30 Europea...
Wealth inequality in Latin America
26 Jun 23
How wealth has accumulated in the region and how is it distributed across households? Despite being ...
Top Income Adjustments and Inequality: An Investigation of the EU-SILC
14 Jun 22
Comparing with two other recent studies, differences in impacts on measured inequality depend less o...