Research

Publications

“Officer Differences in Traffic Stops of Minority Drivers” Labour Economics 67C (2020) 101912 DOI

“Disparities in Vulnerability to Severe Complications from COVID-19 in the United States” Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, 69, 2020 (with M. AlFakhri, V. J. Hotz, R.F. Schoeni, J.A. Seltzer, and E.E. Wiemers) DOI

“Female Corporate Leadership in Latin America and the Caribbean Region: Representation and Firm-level Outcomes” International Journal of Manpower,  38(6): 790-818, 2017 (with L. Flabbi and C. Piras)  DOI    PDF    Web Appendix 

Working Papers

“Disparities in Vulnerability to Severe Complications from COVID-19 in the United States” NBER Working Paper 27294 (June 2020) (with M. AlFakhri, V. J. Hotz, R.F. Schoeni, J.A. Seltzer, and E.E. Wiemers) Link

“Female Corporate Leadership in Latin America and the Caribbean Region: Representation and Firm-level Outcomes” IDB Working Paper Series Nº IDB-WP-655 (with L. Flabbi and C. Piras) Link

In Progress

“Triple Whammy: Low Pay, Low Security, and Increased Exposure to a Downturn” (job market paper)

“Charlie after the Chocolate Factory: Manufacturing and Geographic Inequality in America” (with F. Levy)

“Commuting Barriers to Low Income Employment” (with J. Mabli)

“SNAP Participation and Labor Market Dynamics” (with L. Flabbi and J. Mabli)

“What’s Your Greatest Weakness? The Optimality of Uninformative Interviews” (with J. A. Jacobs)

“I Got it from my Mama: Intergenerational Transmission of Personality Traits” (with M. AlFakhri)

Articles

Aspiring to Understand Aspirations, Part I (World Bank 2014)

Aspiring to Understand Aspirations, Part II (World Bank 2014)

Gamification of Thrones (World Bank 2014 with S. Rafiq)

Reports

Youth Employment in Nepal (World Bank 2018 – consultant)

Making Politics Work for Development: Harnessing Transparency and Citizen Engagement (World Bank 2016 – consultant)

World Development Report 2015: Mind, Society, and Behavior (World Bank 2015 – consultant)

Malaysia Economic Monitor: Immigrant Labour (World Bank 2015 – consultant)