Alejandra Elizondo is a Research Fellow at the Interdisciplinary Program for Regulation and Economic Competition (PIRCE, for its Spanish acronym) at CIDE. She is an economist from ITAM (Mexico), with a diploma in Environmental Management from the Technische Universität Dresden (Germany), a master in Public Administration from Columbia University (United States) and a PhD in Public Policy from CIDE (Mexico). rnrnMs. Elizondo has worked for the federal government in Mexico, at the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources and the Ministry of Health, and has been consultant for state and local governments in issues related to health, energy and the environment. Her professional interests are focused on the interrelation between energy and the environment from an economic and a public policy point of view. rnrn
Universal social insurance for Mexico: Modeling of a financing scheme
Antón Arturo, Roy Boyd, Alejandra Elizondo and María Eugenia Ibarrarán. Universal social insurance for Mexico: Modeling of a financing scheme, Economic Modelling, (2015), pp. 838-850 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.econmod.2015.10.020
Reducing energy subsidies and analyzing alternative compensation mechanisms
Ibarrarán, ME, Boyd R y Elizondo A (2015) Mexico: Reducing Energy Subsidies and Analyzing Alternative Compensation Mechanisms. Sobre México. Temas en Economía 1 (1): 26-45.
Economic impact of ethanol promotion in Mexico: a general equilibrium analysis
Elizondo, Alejandra y Roy Boyd. Economic Impact of ethanol promotion in Mexico: a general equilibrium analysis. Energy Policy, 101, (2017) pp. 293-301 doi: 10.1016/j.enpol.2016.11.017