Lorenzo Estepa is a researcher at ETEA – Instituto de Desarrollo at Loyola University. Hi research focuses on territorial rural development, public policy in rural development and poverty. He teaches Public Policy Evaluation. He has been leading field projects on rural development in Latin America and Asia for 20 years.
He completed a PhD in Behavioral Development Economics in 2022 at Loyola University and was PhD visiting student at Middlesex University (2020). Previously he completed a MRes on Social Sciences Methods at the Universidad de Córdoba (2013).
Strategic planning of rural areas: Integrating participatory backcasting and multiple criteria decision analysis tools
To pay or not to pay: Measuring risk preferences in lab and field
Use of the ANP methodology to prioritize rural development strategies under the LEADER approach in protected areas. The case of Lagodekhi, Georgia
Design of a results and impact evaluation mechanism for PRPEES Programme in Central America