Alfonso Echazarra is an Analyst in the Directorate for Education and Skills of the OECD. He currently works on the Innovation Strategy for Education and Training project at CERI.
Alfonso holds a BA in Political Science from Complutense University of Madrid, a MSc in International Migration from Ortega y Gasset Institute, Spain, a MA in Social Sciences from Carlos III - Juan March Institute, Spain, and a DPhil in Social Statistics from the University of Manchester.
Prior to joining the OECD, Alfonso worked as a research associate at the Carlos III – Juan March Institute in a project on welfare regimes and migration and at IESE Business School in a project on healthcare innovation. Other than in education inequalities, he is interested in deviant behaviour, public opinion, residential segregation and social capital.