José Ignacio Batlle Lathrop

External Consultant – Data Scientist

He has worked mainly on matters related to economic consultancy and data science, with statistical analysis and development of data-driven solutions being one of his main focuses.

He has vast experience in areas such as economic reports and studies for a wide array of causes, and is currently working on the design, development and implementation of data-driven management tools.

He is also an undergraduate professor of “Applied Data Science” at Business Management, Universidad de los Andes.

Academic Background
  • Master in Economics with a major in Public Policies, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.
  • Online specialization program in Data Science, University of Michigan.
  • Business Management with a major in Economics, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.
  • “Update of the economic impact of the creative sector in Chile”, Ministry for Culture and Arts, 2017. 
  • “Optimizing Financial Costs of Mine Closure Plans”, Planning for Closure 2016, GECAMIN.
  • “Aid, Growth, and Conflict”, with Francisco Gallego and Loris Rubini. Ongoing.