Francisco Camarate de Campos

Francisco Camarate de Campos is currently an economist for the Africa Region Financial and Private Sector Development at the World Bank. His main areas of expertise are linked to private sector development, SMEs, micro-enterprises, entrepreneurship, innovation, competitiveness, financial inclusion, business regulation, impact evaluations, and gender. Prior to working at the World Bank, he has held a variety of positions in a number of organisations such as Invest in Bogotá and Portugal Telecom. He holds a Master’s degree in Public Administration in International Development (MPAID) from Harvard University

Researcher's Grant Projects

This research team is carrying out a large-scale randomized trial that offers small informal firms different business registration services as well as information sessions on the benefits of separating business from household finances in Malawi to estimate the causal impact of enterprise formalization on business performance.
Researchers: Markus Goldstein, Francisco Camarate de Campos
Grants Round: 1st MRG Round
Country: Malawi
Cross-cutting themes: Gender