Alejandra Cox


  • Alejandra has a broad professional and academic background. She was the president of the Asociación de AFP (Pension Funds Association), a councilor at the Libertad y Desarrollo Institute, and has worked as a consultant and economist in international organizations
  • She holds a degree in Business Management and a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, as well as a Ph.D. from the University of Chicago

Alejandra was a professor of Economics at California State University – Long Beach, an economist at the World Bank, where she worked on research related to the labor market, and a consultant for the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB).

She was part of the team that prepared the World Development Report 1995 and was the lead author of “Labor and Economic Reforms in Latin America,” also published by the World Bank.

She co-authored the book “Monetarism and Liberalization: The Chilean Experiment,” which was published by the University of Chicago in its second edition.