Affiliated Professors

Our affiliates are professors at 74 universities who conduct randomized evaluations around the world to design, evaluate, and improve programs and policies aimed at reducing poverty, and publish the results of these evaluations in high-quality economics journals. They set their own research agendas, raise funds to support their evaluations, and work with J-PAL staff on research, policy outreach, and training.

Ramalee E. Pearson Professor of Global Conflict Studies

University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy

William D. Eberle Professor of Economics

Stanford University

Associate Professor

University of California, Berkeley

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Professor of Economics

University of Toronto

Assistant Professor

Harvard University

Assistant Professor

University of Notre Dame

Assistant Professor

London School of Economics

Professor of Economics

London School of Economics

Professor of Economics

University of Chicago

Assistant Professor

University of Maryland

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Associate Professor

London School of Economics

Professorial Research Fellow

University of Melbourne

Assistant Professor

University of Bristol

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Assistant Professor of Public Policy

Harvard Kennedy School

Professor of Economics

University of California, Davis

Assistant Professor

University of Zurich

Associate Professor of Political Economy

Stanford Graduate School of Business

Associate Professor

Stanford University

Professor, Public Policy and Management

Indian Institute of Management (IIM)

William A. Ackman Professor of Public Economics

Harvard University

Bruce A. Beal, Robert L. Beal, and Alexander S. Beal Associate Professor of Global Health

Harvard School of Public Health

Assistant Professor of Education Policy and Economics

Teachers College, Columbia University

John G. McLean Professor of Business Administration

Harvard Business School

Professor

ENSAE and École Polytechnique

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Professor of Economics

University of Nottingham

Professor

Georgetown University

Assistant Professor

University of California, Santa Barbara