I am Professor of Economics at Sciences Po (Paris), on leave from the University of Warwick
And Research Affiliate at BREAD, CEPR, EUDN and JPAL.
Research Interests: Development, Environment, Labor, Public, and Political economy.
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My email address is clement.imbert `at' sciencespo.fr
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Urban Public Works in Spatial Equilibrium: Experimental Evidence from Ethiopia (with Simon Fanklin, Girum Abebe and Carolina Mejia-Mantilla)
Second revision resubmitted at the American Economic Review
Take-up of Social Benefits: Experimental Evidence from France (with Laura Castell, Marc Gurgand and Todor Tochev)
Revision requested at the American Economic Journal: Economic Policy
Can Information about Jobs Improve the Effectiveness of Vocational Training? Experimental Evidence from India (with Wiji Arulampalam, Bhaskar Chakravorty, Apurav Yash Bhatiya, and Roland Rathelot) [IZA]
Conditionally accepted at the Journal of Development Economics
New version coming soon
Costs and Benefits of Rural-Urban Migration: Evidence from India (with John Papp)
Journal of Development Economics (2020) 146, 102473 . [Latest Draft]
World Bank Economic Review (2013) 27(1): 55-79. [Latest draft]
Ideas for India 1st May 2020. Data [Devdatalab].
Social protection response to the COVID-19 crisis: options for developing countries (with François Gerard and Kate Orkin)
Oxford Review of Economic Policy Volume 36, Issue Supplement_1, 2020, Pages S281–S296.
Estimating leakages in India’s employment guarantee (with John Papp),
In Reetika Khera, editor, The battle for employment guarantee. Oxford University Press, 2011.
Estimating leakages in India's employment guarantee: an update (with John Papp)
Travailler pour être aidé? L'emploi garanti indien Opuscule Cepremap n°33, ENS Editions, Paris.
Development Economics (MRes/PhD 2nd year, University of Warwick)
Development Economics (Undergraduate 3nd year, University of Warwick): Labor markets
Development Economics (Undergraduate 2nd year, University of Warwick)
Development Economics (MPhil/PhD 2nd year, University of Oxford): State and development.
Quantitative Methods (MSc in Development Economics, University of Oxford): Treatment Effects.