Ivan Kim Taveras

Iván Kim Taveras is a research assistant at the Navarra Center for International Development. His home country is the Dominican Republic. He received a B.S in Applied Economics with a minor in Applied Mathematics from SUNY Farmingdale. Recently, he successfully completed the Master in Finance and Economics at the University of Navarra. Research interests include the impact of social transfers on social outcomes and export dynamics.

Content by Ivan Kim Taveras
  • Publication - Policy Brief

    Opportunities for agriculture insurance in Mozambique

    Weather-related risks such as drought, flood, and hail can cause irreversible damage to households and affect food security. They are complemented by a large number of additional constraints, such as limited technical knowledge, lack of processing capacity, high exposure to pests and diseases, limited access to finance and markets, and high risk of price volatility. ...

    7 Jan 2020 | Alex Armand, Joseph Flavian Gomes, Ivan Kim Taveras

  • Project

    Managing agricultural risk in Mozambique

    Mozambique is primarily an agricultural economy with 81% of its population engaged in agriculture, which accounts for 32% of its GDP. “There are now 400 extreme weather events every year, four times as many as in 1970” (The Economist, 2017). The direct costs of these extreme events in the form of lost lives, assets, and habitat are evident. For farmers in...

    16 Apr 2019 | Alex Armand, Joseph Flavian Gomes, Ivan Kim Taveras

  • Publication - Project Report

    Managing agricultural risk in Mozambique

    16 Apr 2019 | Alex Armand, Joseph Flavian Gomes, Ivan Kim Taveras