Welcome to my webpage,
I am Associate Professor at the University of Warwick
and Research Affiliate at BREAD, CEPR, EUDN and JPAL.
Fields of interest: Development economics, Labor economics, Public economics and Political economy.
Conditionally accepted at the American Economic Review
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]
New version coming soon
Journal of Political Economy (2021) 129 (5): 1425-1463 .
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]
Work in Progress:
Take-up of Social Programs: Experimental Evidence from France (with Laura Castell, Marc Gurgand and Todor Tochev)
Urban Public Works in Spatial Equilibrium: Experimental Evidence from Ethiopia (with Simon Fanklin, Girum Abebe and Carolina Mejia-Mantilla)
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.