The department is a lively community that is recognised internationally as one of the top centres for research and teaching in development studies.
Juliana has been working with OPHI since 2016. She contributes annually in the computations of the global Multidimensional Poverty Index, co-leading the work on non-DHS and non-MICS datasets in the global MPI 2018 and 2020. Since 2017 she has also supported the outreach team where she provides consultancy services to countries in their development of national MPIs.
Her current research focuses on the determinants of poverty and wellbeing in developing countries and, more precisely, on the factors impacting (positively and negatively) child nutritional health in Guatemala. She also works as Assistant Professor at University Paris Nanterre.
She has a PhD in Economics from University Paris Nanterre.