Pablo Egaña Del Sol
Director of Master in Sustainable Business
UAI Business School
PhD in Sustainable Development
Recent Research :
Pablo Egaña del Sol is an Assistant Professor, the inaugural director of the Master in Sustainable Business at the School of Business at Universidad Adolfo Ibanez, and Principal Researcher at the Millenium Center of Evolution of Work (MNEW). He conducts research on applied economics, focusing on human capital, green innovation, and entrepreneurship. Most recently, he has been studying the future of work and the production function of socio-emotional, entrepreneurial, creative, and cognitive skills in educational and labor markets. For this research, he uses randomized control trials and lab-in-the-field experiments combining behavioral economics and computational neuroscience. His research has been published in Nature’s Scientific Reports, the MIT Sloan Management Review, the Technological Forecasting and Social Change, the Oxford Handbook of Latin American Political Economy, the International Journal of Educational Development, among others.
Pablo has consulted with governments, companies, NGOs, and multinational institutions such as the InterAmerican Development Bank, USAID, UN Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), and the World Bank, in the design and evaluation of business strategies and economic policies.
Pablo holds a Business Engineering degree and a M.Sc. in Economics from the University of Chile, and a Ph.D. in Sustainable Development from Columbia University in New York City. Previously, he was an Assistant Professor at the Asia School of Business, Kuala Lumpur, International Faculty Fellow at MIT Sloan School of Management, Junior Professor in Economics at the University of Chile, Faculty Fellow at SIPA at Columbia University, a researcher at the Cognition and Decision Lab at the Department of Economics at Columbia University, lead by Professors Mike Woodford, Mark Dean and Pietro Ortoleva, and Postdoctoral Fellow at MIT Media Lab, with Professor Rosalind Picard. He was also part of the MIT Tech Review Insights team.