Karen Trujillo Jara
Junior External Consultant
Graduate in Economics from Universidad ESAN; currently pursuing a master's degree in Public Policy and Development at the Toulouse School of Economics in France.
Professional experience as a policy analyst for the General Directorate of Policies and Regulatory Analysis at the Vice Ministry of SMEs and Industry (part of the Ministry of Production), participating in the proposal of the Regulatory Impact Analysis Guidelines. Has also served as an analyst at the Ministry of Education and as an economic analyst at the General Directorate of International Economic Affairs, Competition, and Productivity under the Ministry of Economy and Finance. In the latter role he was active in coordinating the activities contained in the Country Program Agreement between Peru and the OECD—particularly the Multidimensional Review of Peru and the Regulatory Policy Review—and in reviewing legislative proposals formulated by different ministries on matters of public security, justice, health, the environment, infrastructure and others, using the regulatory impact analysis methodology.
Successfully completed courses on methodologies for analyzing the impact of social policies and programs, given by: The Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology; the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development; the Federal Commission for the Regulatory Improvement of Mexico; the Supervisory Agency for Investment in Energy and Mining; among others. Served as a research assistant and practicum coordinator for the General Economics, Mathematics for Economists, and Econometrics courses at Universidad ESAN, and has given workshops on Regulatory Impact Analysis at the Ministry of the Environment and at Universidad ESAN.