Welcome to my webpage,

I am Assistant Professor at the University of Warwick.

Fields of interest: Development economics, Labor economics and Political economy.

Click here to read my latest CV and Research Statement.
My email address is clem.imbert `at' gmail.com
Room: S2.98 

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Working Papers
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Entry, Exit and Candidate Selection: Experimental Evidence from India (with Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo and Rohini Pande)

American Economic Journal: Applied Economics (2015) 7(2): 233-263.
Work in Progress:
Migration and Firm Growth: Evidence from China (with Marlon Seror, Yifan Zhang and Yanos Zylberberg)
Take-up of Social Programs: Experimental Evidence from France (with Marc Gurgand and Todor Tochev)
Candidate selection for a training and placement program in India (with Apurav Bhatya and Roland Rathelot)
Political Change, Crime and Economic Growth in Bihar. (with Chinmaya Kumar, Nishith Prakash and Oliver Vanden Eynde)

Other Publications:
Estimating leakages in India’s employment guarantee (with John Papp), In Reetika Khera, editor, The battle for employment guarantee. Oxford University Press, 2011.
Media Coverage: The Hindu and Indian Express
Travailler pour être aidé? L'emploi garanti indien Opuscule Cepremap n°33, ENS Editions, Paris.

Teaching:
Development Economics (MRes/PhD 2nd year, University of Warwick): Firms and Labor Markets.
Development Economics (Undergraduate 2nd year, University of Warwick): Microeconomics.
Development Economics (MPhil/PhD 2nd year, University of Oxford): State and development.
Lecture Notes
Quantitative Methods (MSc in Development Economics, University of Oxford): Treatment Effects.