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Home | People | Carlos Riumallo Herl

Carlos Riumallo Herl

Candidate Fellow

Erasmus University Rotterdam
Research field
Empirical Microeconomics
Ageing, Health, Policy Evaluation


Carlos Riumallo-Herl is an Assistant Professor in Applied Economics at Erasmus School of Economics. His research interests are on global health economics and ageing with a special focus on the impact evaluation of social policies in low- and middle-income countries. As part of his research Dr. Riumallo Herl is involved in the development of field experiments and ageing surveys in a group of countries. Dr. Riumallo Herl is also the managing member for the Erasmus School of Economics in the Rotterdam Global Health Initiative, a network furthering global health work in the University.

List of publications

Riumallo Herl, C., Canning, D. and Chodziwadziwa, K. (2019). Health Inequalities in the South African elderly: The Importance of the Measure of Social-Economic Status Journal of the Economics of Ageing, 14:.