Elizabeth Pérez Chiqués is a research professor in the Public Administration Division of the Economic Research and Teaching Center (CIDE) in Mexico and a Fellow at the Rockefeller Institute of Government in New York. She obtained her master’s degree in public policy from the University of Chicago, and her doctorate in Administration and Public Policy from the University of Albany in New York.

She has extensive experience in the administration of state and federal programs in the Government of Puerto Rico, in the areas of prevention of family violence, early childhood, and community development programs, among others. Her research areas focus on government corruption and organizational culture. She is a co-founder member of the Center for Research and Public Policy (CIPP - ABRE PR).