Our research includes modelling and empirical analysis of the nature and functioning of households in developing countries, as a framework to understand household decision making regarding human capital investments as well as fertility and household formation, and their implications for inter-generational mobility and intra-household conflict.
To shed light on the pathways between household decision-making and long-term mobility, our group also focuses on identifying cultural and behavioral frictions in the labor market, analyzes the roles of cognitive and non-cognitive skills and social protection policies on occupational choice and labor market outcomes, and looks at the impacts of external shocks, such as trade liberalization, on both the formal and informal labor markets.
Our research also directly evaluates the short and long-term impacts of specific social policies, such as educational, health, early childhood interventions, pensions and cash transfers. Using both experimental and quasi-experimental designs, and a combination of original survey and administrative data, impacts on human capital outcomes, labor market and long-term welfare are investigated, shedding light on the potential of such interventions to break (or in contrast reinforce) the intergenerational transmission of poverty and inequality.
Poverty and Family structure in Senegal | Philippe De Vreyer, Sylvie Lambert, Abla Safir and Momar B. Sylla
Does Identify affect Labor Supply in India | Suanna Oh
Long-term effects of early-childhood exposure to cash transfers, in Honduras and elsewhere | Karen Macours, John A. Maluccio, Teresa Molina Millán, Luis Tejerina
Banerjee, Abhijit, Esther Duflo, Clement Imbert, and Pande Rohini. 2020. “Entry, Exit and Candidate Selection: Experimental Evidence from India.”
Boltz, Marie, Karine Marazyan, and Paola Villar. 2020. “Is Informal Redistribution Costly? Evidence from a Lab-in-the-Field Experiment in Senegal.” World Bank Economic Review 34 (Supplement_1): 72–78.
Bobba, Matteo, and Jérémie Gignoux. 2019. “Neighborhood Effects in Integrated Social Policies.” World Bank Economic Review 33 (1): 116–39.
Boltz, Marie, Karine Marazyan, and Paola Villar. 2019. “Income Hiding and Informal Redistribution: A Lab-in-the-Field Experiment in Senegal.” Journal of Development Economics 137 (C): 78–92.
Cassan, Guilhem. 2019. “Affirmative Action, Education and Gender: Evidence from India.” Journal of Development Economics 136: 51–70.
Bouguen, Adrien, Deon Filmer, Karen Macours, and Sophie Naudeau. 2018. “Preschool and Parental Response in a Second Best World: Evidence from a School Construction Experiment.” Journal of Human Resources 53 (2): 474–512.
Chort, Isabelle, and Jean-Noël Senne. 2018. “You’ll Be a Migrant, My Son: Accounting for Migrant Selection within the Household.” Economic Development and Cultural Change 66 (2): 217–63.
Alvaredo, Facundo, Augustin Bergeron, and Guilhem Cassan. 2017. “Income Concentration in British India, 1885–1946.” Journal of Development Economics 127: 459–69.
Chort, Isabelle, Flore Gubert, and Jean-Noël Senne. 2016. “Des Données Appariées Pour Mieux Comprendre Les Liens Entre Migrants et Familles d’origine (Middas).” Revue Tiers-Monde HS (5): 151–74.
Beck, Simon, Philippe De Vreyer, Sylvie Lambert, Karine Marazyan, and Abla Safir. 2015. “Child Fostering in Senegal.” Journal of Comparative Family Studies 46 (1): 57–73.
Benhassine, Najy, Florencia Devoto, Esther Duflo, Pascaline Dupas, and Victor Pouliquen. 2015. “Turning a Shove into a Nudge? A ‘Labeled Cash Transfer’ for Education.” American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 7 (3): 86–125.
Cassan, Guilhem. 2015. “Identity-Based Policies and Identity Manipulation: Evidence from Colonial Punjab.” American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 7 (4): 103–131.
Chauvet, Lisa, Flore Gubert, Marion Mercier, and Sandrine Mesplé-Somps. 2015. “Migrants’ Home Town Associations and Local Development in Mali.” Scandinavian Journal of Economics 117 (2): 686–722.
Barham, Tania, Karen Macours, and John A. Maluccio. 2013. “Boys’ Cognitive Skill Formation and Physical Growth: Long-Term Experimental Evidence on Critical Ages for Early Childhood Interventions.” American Economic Review 103 (3): 467–71.
Bossuroy, Thomas, and Denis Cogneau. 2013. “Social Mobility in Five African Countries.” Review of Income and Wealth 59 (S1): S84–110.
Chauvet, Lisa, Flore Gubert, and Sandrine Mesplé-Somps. 2013. “Aid, Remittances, Medical Brain Drain and Child Mortality: Evidence Using Inter and Intra-Country Data.” Journal of Development Studies 49 (6): 801–18.
Bourguignon, François, and Amedeo Spadaro. 2012. “Tax–Benefit Revealed Social Preferences.” The Journal of Economic Inequality 10 (1): 75–108.
Bourguignon, François. 2012. “Inégalités et croissance : une histoire des idées.” Afrique contemporaine n° 244 (4): 131–40.
Chort, Isabelle, Flore Gubert, and Jean-Noël Senne. 2012. “Migrant Networks as a Basis for Social Control: Remittance Incentives among Senegalese in France and Italy.” Regional Science and Urban Economics 42 (5): 858–74.
Cogneau, Denis, and Rémi Jedwab. 2012. “Commodity Price Shocks and Child Outcomes: The 1990 Cocoa Crisis in Côte d’Ivoire.” Economic Development and Cultural Change 60 (3): 507–34.
Ben Salem, Melika, Isabelle Bensidoun, and Selin Pelik. 2011. “Informal Employment in Turkey: An Overview.” Région et Développement 34: 57–84.
Bourguignon, François. 2011. “Non-Anonymous Growth Incidence Curves, Income Mobility and Social Welfare Dominance.” The Journal of Economic Inequality 9 (4): 605–27.
Carpio, Ximena V. Del, and Karen Macours. 2010. “Leveling the Intra-Household Playing Field: Compensation and Specialization in Child Labor Allocation.” In Research in Labor Economics, 31:259–95. Emerald Publishing Ltd.
Chort, Isabelle, and Sylvie Lambert. 2010. “Remises migratoires et redistributivité.” Regards croises sur l’economie n° 8 (2): 128–37.
Bourguignon, François, Martin Browning, and Pierre-André Chiappori. 2009. “Efficient Intra-Household Allocations and Distribution Factors: Implications and Identification.” The Review of Economic Studies 76 (2): 503–28.
Bourguignon, François. 2009. “Crime as a Social Cost of Poverty and Inequality: A Review Focusing on Developing Countries.” Revista Desarrollo y Sociedad.
Chauvet, Lisa, Flore Gubert, and Sandrine Mesplé-Somps. 2009. “Les Transferts Des Migrants Sont-Ils plus Efficaces Que l’aide Pour Améliorer La Santé Des Enfants ? Une Évaluation Économétrique Sur Des Données Inter et Intra-Pays.” Revue d’économie Du Développement 17 (4): 41–80.
Bourguignon, François, and F. Halsey Rogers. 2007. “Distributional Effects of Educational Improvements: Are We Using the Wrong Model?” Economics of Education Review, Economics of Education: Major Contributions and Future Directions – The Dijon Papers, 26 (6): 735–46.
Bourguignon, François, F. H. G. Ferreira, B. Milanovic, and Martin Ravallion. 2007. “Global Inequality and Poverty.” In The Princeton Encyclopedia of the World Economy.
Bourguignon, François, Francisco H. G. Ferreira, and Marta Menéndez. 2007. “Inequality of Opportunity in Brazil.” Review of Income and Wealth 53 (4): 585–618.
Bourguignon, François, Francisco H. G. Ferreira, and Michael Walton. 2007. “Equity, Efficiency and Inequality Traps: A Research Agenda.” The Journal of Economic Inequality 5 (2): 235–56.
Bourguignon, François. 2006. “From Income to Endowments: The Difficult Task of Expanding the Income Poverty Paradigm.” edited by David B. Grusky and Ravi Kanbur, 76–102. Stanford University Press.
Campante, Filipe R., Crespo Anna R. V., and Phillippe G. P. G. Leite. 2004. “Desigualdade Salarial Entre Raças No Mercado de Trabalho Urbano Brasileiro: Aspectos Regionais.” Revista Brasileira de Economia 58 (2): 185–210. n2
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Comola, Margherita, and Amit Dekel. Forthcoming. “Network Externalities in Bilateral Link Formation: What’s the Value of Friends of Friends?”
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Crespin-Boucaud, Juliette. 2020. “Interethnic and Interfaith Marriages in Sub-Saharan Africa.” World Development 125 (January): 104668.
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De Vreyer, Philippe, Sylvie Lambert, and Martin Ravallion. 2020. “Unpacking Household Engel Curves.” NBER Working Paper, Working Paper Series, no. 26850 (March).
Deschênes, Sarah, Christelle Dumas, and Sylvie Lambert. 2020. “Household Resources and Individual Strategies.” PSE Working Papers.
Díaz, Juan-José, and Victor Saldarriaga. 2020. “A Drop of Love? Rainfall Shocks and Spousal Abuse: Evidence from Rural Peru.”
Díaz, Juan-José, and Victor Saldarriaga. forthcoming. “(Un)Conditional Love in the Time of Conditional Cash Transfers: The Effect of the Peruvian JUNTOS Program on Spousal Abuse.”
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Elbers, Chris, Peter Lanjouw, and Phillippe G. Leite. 2008. “Brazil within Brazil : Testing the Poverty Map Methodology in Minas Gerais.” World Bank Policy Research Working Paper, no. 5413.
Estrada, Ricardo, Jérémie Gignoux, and Augustina Hatrick. “Learning about Opportunity: Spillovers of Elite School Admissions in Peru.”
Ferreira, Francisco H. G., Jérémie Gignoux, and Meltem Aran. 2011. “Measuring Inequality of Opportunity with Imperfect Data: The Case of Turkey.” The Journal of Economic Inequality 9 (4): 651–80.
Ferreira, Francisco H. G., Leite, Philippe G., Julie A. Litchfield, and Gabriel Ulyssea. 2006. “Os Efeitos Do Antigo Programa Bolsa Escola Sobre A Pobreza, A Desigualdade, A Escolaridade E O Trabalho Infantil: Uma Abordagem De Microssimulação.” In Desigualdade de Renda No Brasil : Uma Análise Da Queda Recente, edited by Ricardo Paes de Barros, Miguel Nathan Foguel, and Gabriel Ulyssea. Brasilia: Ipea.
Ferreira, Francisco H. G., Phillipe G. Leite, and Matthew Wai-Po. 2007. “Trade Liberalization, Employment Flows, and Wage Inequality in Brazil.” World Bank Policy Research Paper, no. 4108.
Ferreira, Francisco H. G., Phillipe G. Leite, Luiz A. Pereira da Silva, and Paulo Pichetti. 2004. “Can the Distributional Impacts of Macroeconomic Shocks Be Predicted? A Comparison of the Performance of Macro-Micro Models with Historical Data for Brazil.” World Bank Policy Research Working Paper, no. 3303 (July).
Giacobino, H., H. Huillery, Bastien Michel, and M. Sage. “Why Education Matters for Women Empowerment. Evidence from a Field Experiment in Niger.”
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