Latin America and the Caribbean

United Kingdom

Cristina Rosemberg Montes

Cristina Rosemberg is the lead economist and econometrician at Technopolis Ltd. She has more than 10 years of experience in economic and econometric analysis, evaluation and impact assessments in the areas of economic development, and innovation and the creative industries. Cristina has ample experience conducting evaluations using a broad range of quantitative techniques that cover those from sophisticated econometric analysis to standard methodologies for ex-ante and ex-post evaluations. She has also elaborated evaluation guidelines for government and practitioners. Cristina is also an experienced project manager, having led +20 assignments since 2012.

Cristina is currently project manager of socio-economic impact assessment General Scientific Programme for European Space Agency, including the impact at Member State level and to industry, and of the evaluation of the Robotics and Artificial Intelligence Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund, for Innovate UK. At Technopolis she has been the project manager or quantitative lead of various evaluations including the evaluation Hartree Super-computing facility (UK STFC), of the Compete Caribbean Program (DFID/GA Canada/IDB), ex-ante evaluation of the Royal Academy (UK) Africa Catalyst Programme, (EC DG RTD), evaluation of Enterprise Ireland’s Overseas Network (DJEI, evaluation of Enterprise Ireland’s support programmes for SMEs, evaluation of the ARTES programme to support satellite telecommunications technologies (European Space Agency).

Prior to joining Technopolis, Cristina worked for BOP Consulting in London, which specialises in the evaluation of the creative and knowledge industries. During this time, she led projects on economic analysis, economic impact evaluation and intellectual property. In addition, Cristina has conducted evaluations of large-scale policy interventions using counterfactual analysis methods while working for the Amsterdam Institute of International Development, the World Bank and GRADE (Peru).

She holds an MSc in Economics from Universiteit van Amsterdam and a BSc in Social Sciences with a major in Economics from Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. Cristina is fluent in Spanish and English and has a good understanding of Portuguese.