Gustavo Angeles, PhD

Research Assistant Professor Department of Maternal and Child Health
Fellow Carolina Population Center

T:(919) 445-0412

F:(919) 445-9353

400 Meadowmont Circle

CB #3446

Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3446


Representative Courses

MHCH 862 Program Evaluation

Research Activities
• Research methods
• Impact evaluation for health and social development programs
• Survey design
• Health economics
• Measurement of socioeconomic status
Service Activities

• External advisor and reviewer to the 3ie.

Practice Activities

• Senior Evaluation Advisor for MEASURE Evaluation

• Senior Research Advisor for the Transfer project

• Co-lead of series of workshops on impact evaluation of PHN programs in collaboration with a network of Latin American, African and Asian Universities and evaluation research centers. 

Key Publications

The effect of performance-based financing on illness, care-seeking and treatment among children: an impact evaluation in Rwanda. Skiles M, Curtis S, Basinga P, Angeles G, Thirumurthy H (2015). BMC Health Service Research, 15.

How do we know if a program made a difference? A guide to statistical methods for program impact evaluation. Lance P, Guilkey D, Hattori A, Angeles G (2014). MEASURE Evaluation.

Socioeconomic status measurement with discrete proxy variables: Is principal components analysis a reliable answer? Kolenikov S, Angeles G (2009). Review of Income and Wealth, 55(1), 128-65.

The effects of education and family planning programs on fertility in Indonesia. Angeles G, Guilkey DK, Mroz TA (2005). Economic Development and Cultural Change, 54.


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