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


Preschool Availability and Female Labor Force Participation: Evidence from Indonesia

Working Papers

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 working paper, revision requested at World Bank Research Observer).

  • 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)


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