Hector Moreno is a Research Officer at OPHI. He holds a PhD in Economics from the Paris School of Economics (PSE) in France. Previously, he served as Research Coordinator for the Human Development Research Office at the UNDP Mexico, and as Under Director of Poverty Methodologies for the Mexican government at CONEVAL. He has also been a consultant for private, public and international institutions. His fields of research include wealth and income distribution, poverty measurement, economic mobility and, development economics. His research has received research-oriented awards from diverse institutions in Mexico like the Banamex-Citibank prize in economics, the Tlacaélel prize for economic consulting, and the National University’s award for applied research in economics. He has taught multiple courses in Statistics at Sciences Po Paris in France and a variety of courses in Economics at Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico. He has refereed the Journal of Economic Inequality (Elsevier), the Politicas Públicas Journal (Tec de Monterrey ) and the Review of Economics and Statistics (MIT). He holds a Master 2 in Quantitative Economics, Public Policy and Development (École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales) and an MSc in Economics (UPF/Barcelona Graduate School of Economics).