Pavel Isa has a degree in Economics from INTEC, he also has a master’s degree in Economic Policy from the National University in Costa Rica and a doctorate in Economics from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
He worked as a researcher at CIECA in the Dominican Republic, and as research director for CRIES, a regional network for Latin America and the Caribbean for social and economic research. He also served as economic advisor to the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Economy, Planning and Development in the Dominican Republic.
He was officer in charge of the United Nations World Food Program (WFP) and research coordinator of the Human Development Office (ODH) of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) in the Dominican Republic. He served as a research professor at INTEC, attached to the Dominican Observatory of International Trade.
His academic work has focused on issues of international trade, trade policy, human development, social policy, and rural development. His works have appeared in various types of academic publications, and he has also taught at universities in the Dominican Republic, Central America, and at the University of Massachusetts, in Amherst, United States.
He currently serves as Vice Minister of Planning of the Ministry of Economy, Planning and Development of the Government of the Dominican Republic.
He is currently Vice Minister of Economy, Planning and Development.
- Graduated in Economics from the Technological Institute of Santo Domingo (INTEC).
- Master in International Politics (National University of Costa Rica).
- Doctor of Economics (University of Massachusetts).
- Trade and international politics.
- Human development.
- Social Policy and Rural Development.