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Harry S Truman School of Public Affairs
University of Missouri Tel: (573) 882-2718
112 Middlebush Hall Fax: (573) 884-4872
Columbia, MO 65211 E-mail: ArteagaI@missouri.edu
2010 Ph.D. in Applied Economics, University of Minnesota Master’s of Public Policy, University of Minnesota 1998 B.A. Economics, summa cum laude, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
FIELDS OF INTERESTConsumer Behavior and Household Economics, Economics of Child Development, Education and Health Policy.
POSITIONS 2010- present Assistant Professor, Truman School of Public Affairs, University of Missouri 2012-2014 Faculty Scholar, Institute of Public Policy, University of Missouri 2012-2014 Fellow, Center for Family and Policy Research, University of Missouri 2010 Consultant, Inter-American Development Bank 2006- 2010 Graduate Research Assistant, University of Minnesota, Chicago Longitudinal Study 2009 Research Intern, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis 2005 – 2006 Graduate Research Assistant, University of Minnesota 2003-2004 Head of the Data Analysis Division, Congressional Research Center, Congress of the Republic of Peru, Lima, Peru 2002-2003 Economic Analyst, OSIPTEL(Regulatory Organism of Private Investment in Telecommunications), Lima, Peru (part-time appointment 2002-2003 Economic Researcher, Instituto APOYO. Lima, Peru
ACADEMIC AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS2009 Best Poster Award for Excellence in Research by New/Emerging Scholar, Annual Research Conference of the Association for Public Policy and Management (APPAM).
2009-2010 Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship, Graduate School, University of Minnesota.
2006-2009 Departmental Scholarship, Department of Applied Economics, University of Minnesota.
2007 Mary A. and Robert B. Litterman Endowed Fellowship, Summer Fellowship, Department of Applied Economics, University of Minnesota.
2004-2006 James E. Jernberg Public Service Fellowship, HHH Institute of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota.
Curriculum Vitae Arteaga Page 2 2002- 2003 Distinguished Instructor, Department of Economics, Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru.
2001 Department of EconomicsFellowship, Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru 1999-2000 Consortium of Economic and Social Research Fellowship, Lima, Peru.
PEER-REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLESArteaga, I., Humpage, S., Reynolds, A., and Temple, J. One year of preschool or two: Does it matter for long-term outcomes?, in press, Economics of Education Review (2013).
Myers S., Ards S., Ray, P, Kim H, Monroe K, and Arteaga I. Racialized Perceptions and Child Neglect, Children and Youth Services Review, 34(8): 1480-1491 (2012) Reynolds, A.J., Temple, J., Ou S., Arteaga I., White, B. School-based early childhood education and age-28 well-being: Effects by timing, dosage, and subgroups, Science,9 (2011) Temple, J., Reynolds, A., and Arteaga I. Low birth weight, preschool education, and later school remediation: an exploratory analysis in the Chicago Longitudinal Study (with J Temple and A Reynolds), Education and Urban Society, 42(6): 705-729 (2010) Arteaga, I., Chen, C.C., and Reynolds, A.J. Early childhood predictors of adult substance abuse (with CC Chen, and A Reynolds) Children and Youth Services Review, 32(8):1108-1120 (2010).
Arteaga, I. The Peruvian Education Sector. An economic overview. (2004) in Saiz-Alvarez (ed.), Bridging Europe and Latin America, Vision Net: Madrid.
PAPERS UNDER REVIEW
Heflin, C, and Arteaga, C. Participation in the National School Lunch Program and Food Security:
An analysis of transitions into kindergarten, accepted, Children and Youth Services Review.
Heflin, C., Arteaga I., and Gable, S. The Child and Adult Care Food Program and Food Insecurity, under review.
Arteaga, I,, and Hanson, Casey B. Early Childhood and State Longitudinal Data Systems: A Look at Missouri’s Head Start Data Project, under review.
Arteaga, I., and Glewwe, P. What determines learning between indigenous and non-indigenous students in Peru?, under review.
Arteaga, I. Maternal education and the production of cognitive skills in children in Peru: The roles of parenting, under review.
Potochnick, S. Arteaga, I, and Heflin, C. An Examination of Household Food Insecurity among Low-Income Immigrant Children, under review.
PAPERS IN PROGRESS
1. Arteaga, I., C. Heflin, and Gable, S. Families with Hungry Children and the Transitions out of WIC.
2. Temple, J., Arteaga I., and A. Reynolds. Longer-term effects of preschool for urban children: Results from the Chicago Longitudinal Study
3. Arteaga, I., Gable S., and Heflin, C. Low Income Preschoolers’ Non-Parental Care Experiences and Household Food Insecurity.
4. Arteaga, I., and Menifield, C. State smoking ban policies and low birth weight.
WORKING PAPERSJaramillo, M., and Arteaga, I. Public Investment in Education: Allocation Process and Determinants of Public Expenditure per Student, Consortium of Economic Research, Lima, Peru.
103 pp. (2003) Mendoza, W., Catalan, P, and Arteaga, I. Dynamics of inflation and economic activity level in an open economy, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. Working paper, No. 217 (2003).
POLICY REPORTSArteaga, I., Bolanos, D., Hamilton, C., and D. Mauzy. Are Missouri’s Children Ready?
Examining the Importance of Including Early Childhood and Afterschool Data in Missouri’s Comprehensive Data System. 2013.
Thornburg, K., Hawks, J. and Arteaga, I. Mississippi Building Blocks Year 3 Evaluation Report.
Thornburg, K., Hawks, J., Arteaga, I., and Grissom, J. Mississippi Building Blocks Year 2 Evaluation Report. September, 2011.
GRANTS RECEIVEDCo-Principal Investigator, “Safety Net Programs and Immigrant Food Insecurity” funded by the Research Board, University of Missouri ($32,000) With Stephanie Potochnick.
Co-Investigator, “Families with Hungry Children and the Transition from Preschool to Kindergarten” UKCPR Research Program on Childhood Hunger funded by the Food and Nutrition Service of the United States Department of Agriculture, 2011-2012 ($45,000) With Colleen Heflin and Sara Gable.
EXTERNAL SUPPORTPrincipal Investigator, “Head Start project” Contract with the Missouri Department of Social Services. Granting Federal Agency: Administration for Children, 2013, ($31,455).
Consultant, “Evaluation of the Mississippi Building Blocks Preschool Program” Center for Family and Policy Research. Summer Salary (2011-2014).
“Maternal education and the production of cognitive skills in children in Peru: The roles of parenting” presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association for Education Finance and Policy, San Antonio, Texas.
“Participation in the National School Lunch Program and Food Security: An analysis of transitions into kindergarten” presented at the Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Seattle, Washington.
“Families with Hungry Children and the Transitions out of WIC” presented at the Association of Public Policy and Management Annual Conference, Baltimore, Maryland; and at the Population Association of America Annual Conference “How important is food security to a child’s health? The case of Peru,” presented at the Midwest Economic Association Conference, St. Louis, Missouri “Why Indigenous Children Perform Worse than Non-Indigenous Children in School: Evidence from the Quechua Population in Peru,” presented at the American Economic Association Conference, Denver, Colorado; and at the Association of Public Policy and Management Annual Conference
“The Relationship between Maternal Education and the Production of Cognitive Skills in Children: The Case of Peru,” presented at the Midwest Economic Association Annual Conference, Evanston, Illinois; and at the III UDEP Workshop for Young Economists, Lima, Peru 2009 "Non-Instrumental Variables Approaches for Modeling Attrition: The Case of the Long-Term Effects of Early Education," APPAM Annual Research Conference, Washington D.C.
“One Year of Preschool or Two: Is it Important for Adult Outcomes?” presented at: Human Capital Research Collaborative Mini-Conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota; Society for Research in Child Development Biennial Meeting, Denver, Colorado “Determinants of Substance Abuse in Adolescence and Early Adulthood,” presented at the Society for Research in Child Development Biennial Meeting, Denver, Colorado “A Propensity Score Approach for Modeling Attrition in Prevention Programs:
The Case of the Chicago Longitudinal Study,” presented at the Society for Prevention Research Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California “Reducing Racial Disparities in Child Protective Services,” presented at the APPAM Annual Research Conference, Madison, Wisconsin “How does Macroeconomic Policy Affects Education?” presented at the University of Nebrija’s First European Union – Latin America Seminar, Madrid, Spain
ECO 261 Econometrics 1 (undergraduate, teaching assistant), 1999-2000, Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru ECO 330 Econometrics 2 (undergraduate, teaching assistant), 1999-2001, Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru
PROFESSIONAL SERVICE AND ACTIVITIESJournal referee: Child Development, Pediatrics, American Education Research Journal, and Education Policy.
Article editor: SAGE Open Session discussant: APPAM (2010-2013), AEFP (2011-2014), MEA (2010-2011) Session Chair: APPAM (2012, 2013)