Gonzalo Moreno is a senior analyst at the WORLD Policy Analysis Center, where he is a database lead on WORLD’s constitutions and child marriage projects, and also coordinates the production of all of WORLD’s policy data for presentation and download on our website. Gonzalo completed his undergraduate degree in International Development at the University of Guelph, and holds an MA in International Affairs from Carleton University’s Norman Paterson School of International Affairs and an MBA from Concordia University in Montreal. Before joining WORLD, he was the project manager of MACHEquity, a collaborative project between McGill University and UCLA to better understand how changes in policy can affect the health and wellbeing of households in low- and middle-income countries. Before MACHEquity Gonzalo worked on various research projects at McGill, including coordinating the conference and publications of Disability and Equity. In his time with WORLD, Gonzalo has published on sick leave policy, workplace legislation on discrimination and sexual harassment, and disability rights in constitutions, among others. Gonzalo’s main research interests include the importance of legislative approaches to social policy and social determinants of health, global health initiatives and financing, and the political economy of development assistance.