Harvard Business School
Natalia Rigol is an assistant professor at the Harvard Business School. She studies the design, targeting, and delivery of financial products to the world’s poorest people, with a particular focus on financial inclusion for women. Currently, Natalia is researching the interaction between financial inclusion and corruption, the role of intra-household bargaining in resource allocation decisions among entrepreneurs in the household, and the effect of caste norms on female labor force participation. She received her PhD in economics from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.