Professeurs Affiliés

Nos professeurs affiliés sont basés dans 62 universités et effectuent des évaluations aléatoires dans le monde entier pour concevoir, évaluer, et améliorer les programmes et les politiques qui visent à réduire la pauvreté. Ils définissent leurs propres agendas de recherche, collectent des fonds pour mener leurs évaluations et travaillent avec les équipes de J-PAL sur la recherche, la diffusion des résultats et la formation.

Assistant Professor of Economics

Rutgers University

Professor of Development Economics

Tufts University

Professor of Economics

European University Institute, Florence

Assistant Professor of Economics

New York University

Professor of Public Policy

Harvard Kennedy School

Professor

University of Cape Town

Professor of Economics

London School of Economics and Political Science

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Professor of Economics

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Professor of Economics

Yale University

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Ford Professor of Economics

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Professor

University of Warwick

Assistant Professor

Harvard University

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Dean and Emmett Dedmon Professor

University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy

Sir Anthony Atkinson Professor of Economics

London School of Economics and Political Science

Ford Foundation International Professor of Economics

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Director

CESS Nuffield-FLAME University, Pune

Associate Professor

Northwestern University

Associate Professor

Paris School of Economics

Professor of Economics

University of Bristol

Assistant Professor of Economics and Education

Teachers College, Columbia University

Assistant professor

University of Michigan

Assistant Professor

University of Delaware

Chris P. Dialynas Professor of Economics

University of Chicago Booth School of Business

Associate Professor of Economics of Education

Stanford Graduate School of Education

Associate Professor of Economics

Carnegie Mellon University

Associate Professor of Economics

Stockholm School of Economics

Ramalee E. Pearson Professor of Global Conflict Studies

University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy