Gustavo Angeles, PhD
Gustavo Angeles, PhD
Honors and AwardsAward for Teaching Excellence and Innovation
2017, Gillings School of Global Public Health. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
MHCH 862 Program Evaluation
Co-Principal Investigator, Supporting Evidence-based Policy Making in Sub-Saharan Africa through the Transfer Project
Co-Investigator, In search of the Holy Grail: The long-term effects of an unconditional cash transfer program
Co-Investigator, MEASURE Evaluation Phase IV. Leader with Associates Cooperative Agreement
Co-Investigator, Providing expert consultation to UNICEF on feasibility, design and implementation of rigorous impact evaluations
2017-present MCH Awards Committee
2017-2017 Session Chair: Innovative work and unpacking pathways. Sixth Transfer Project Research Workshop: The State of Evidence on Social Cash Transfers in Africa and Beyond. (Dakar, Senegal)
2017-2017 Proposal Reviewer for United Kingdom’s Medical Research Council.
2013-2017 External advisor and reviewer to the 3i.
Practice Activities“The Effects of Education and Family Planning Programs on Fertility in Indonesia”. Presented at the Panel on Empirical Evidence on the Links Between Contraception and Women’s Choices in Low- and Middle-Income Countries, at the Third Annual Birdsall House Conference on Women. Center for Global Development. Washington DC. December 7, 2017.
“The Role of Community Health Workers in Reducing Intra-city Urban Gaps in Reproductive Health: Evidence from the 2006 and 2013 Bangladesh Urban Health Surveys.” Oral presentation at the 14th International Conference on Urban Health. Coimbra, Portugal. September 26-29, 2017.
A Cash Plus Program Reduces Youth Exposure to Physical Violence in Zimbabwe. Chakrabarti A, Handa S, Angeles G, Seidenfeld D. (2020). World Development, 134(105037).
Impact of the ‘Seguro Médico Siglo XXI’ medical insurance programme on neonatal and infant mortality in Mexico, 2006-14: an ecological approach to estimation. Urquieta-Salomon J, Lamadrid-Figueroa H, Angeles G, Montoya A, Rojas-Martinez R, Martinez-Nolasco A, Torres-Pereda P, O’Shea G, Villagran VM, Halley E, Delgado-Sanchez V, Lazcano-Ponce E. (2020). Health Policy and Planning, 35(5), 609–615.
Availability of health facilities and utilization of maternal and newborn postnatal care in rural Malawi. Kim ET*, Singh K, Speizer K, Angeles G, Weiss W. (2019). BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth, 19(1).
Impact evaluation of a social protection programme paired with fee waivers on enrolment in Ghana’s National Health Insurance Scheme. . Palermo TM, Valli E, Angeles G, De Milliano M, Adamba C, Spadafora T, Barrington C. (2019). BMJ Open, 9(11).
The impact of India’s Accredited Social Health Activist (ASHA) program on the utilization of maternity services: a nationally representative longitudinal study. Agarwal S*, Curtis S, Angeles G, Speizer I, Singh K, Thomas J. (2019). Human Resources for Health, 17(1).
Are Community Health Workers effective in retaining women in the maternity care continuum? Evidence from India. Agarwal S, Curtis S, Angeles G, Speizer I, Singh K, Thomas J. (2019). BMJ Global Health.
Reducing Inequity in Urban Health: Have the Intra-urban Differentials in Reproductive Health Service Utilization and Child Nutritional Outcome Narrowed in Bangladesh? G Angeles, K Ahsan, P Streatfield, S El Arifeen, K Jamil (2019). Journal of urban health : bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, 96(2), 193-207.
Government of Malawi's unconditional cash transfer improves youth mental health. G Angeles, J de Hoop, S Handa, K Kilburn, A Milazzo, A Peterman (2019). Social science & medicine (1982), 225.
Cash Transfers, Early Marriage, and Fertility in Malawi and Zambia. F Dake, L Natali, G Angeles, J de Hoop, S Handa, A Peterman (2018). Studies in family planning, 49(4), 295-317.
Health providers pass knowledge and abilities acquired by training in obstetric emergencies to their peers: The average treatment on the treated effect of PRONTO on delivery attendance in Mex. J Fritz, H Lamadrid-Figueroa, G Angeles, A Montoya, D Walker (2018). BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth, 18.
PhD, Economics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1997
MA, Economics, State University of New York at Stony Brook, 1991
BA, Economics, Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru, 1989