Undergraduate Institution and Major: Bachelor in Government and Political Sciences with major in Public Management – Universidad de Chile
Graduate Institution and Major: Master in Government and Public Management – Universidad de Chile
Research Interests: Mariangeles Véliz is interested in science and technology policy and management. Specifically, Véliz’s research seeks to understand the strategies by which S&T policies are designed and implemented, including publicly funded R&D, public private alliances for innovation and network governance. She is also interested the execution and evaluation of S&T policies and implications for public management.
Relevant Professional Experience: Executive, Technological Centers Direction, Technological Capabilities Division CORFO, Government of Chile. (2014-2018)
Funded Appointments: Teaching Assistant (Ohio State University): Public Sector Economy
Professional Affiliations: Public Management Research Association (PMRA)
Honors & Awards: Academic excellence award BUCH, Universidad de Chile, 2009-2014
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