Research

I predominantly work at the intersection of Development, Labor, Education, and Gender economics.

Publications

Preschool Availability and Female Labor Force Participation: Evidence from Indonesia

Long-term and Intergenerational Effects of Education: Evidence from School Construction in Indonesia

Gender Differences in Responses to Nudges: Evidence from a Randomized Trial of Prospective Economics Majors

Childcare and Mothers’ Labor Market Outcomes in Lower- and Middle-Income Countries: Policies & Impact

with Elizaveta Perova and Sarah Reynolds (World Bank Research Observer) [Ungated World Bank working paper).

Working Papers

  • Narrowing the Gender Gaps: The Initial Gendered Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Indonesia's Labor Market (with Sean Hambali and Ririn Purnamasari, conditionally accepted at Asian Development Review)

  • Why Do People Move? A Data-driven Approach to Identifying and Predicting Gender-specific Aspirations to Migrate (with Suneha Seetahul)

  • Minimum Wage and School Enrollment: Evidence from Indonesia (draft available upon request)

Work-in-progress

Supporting Safe Migration of Prospective Migrants in Indonesia

with Aneesh Mannava, Elizaveta Perova, Ririn Salwa Purnamasari, and Ganesh Seshan

Baseline data collected (see EAPGIL Policy Brief)

Other Works