Information reduces corruption and improves enrolment (but not schooling)

3 January 2019|

[11] Information reduces corruption and improves enrolment (but not schooling): A replication study of a newspaper campaign in Uganda, 2018, with Maria KueckenJournal of Development Studies.

Do anti-discrimination policies work?

16 May 2017|

[10] Do anti-discrimination policies work?, 2018, IZA World of Labor: 450.

“One Muslim is enough!” Evidence from a field experiment in France

16 May 2017|

[9] “One Muslim is enough!” Evidence from a field experiment in France, 2016, with Claire L. Adida and David D. Laitin, Annals of Economics and Statistics 121-122: 121-160.

 

Media coverage (a selection of 3 media):

Fear factor : Why is distrust of immigrants so universal?, March/April 2012, Joshua E. Keating, Foreign Policy.

Why do the French discriminate against Muslims?, April 11, 2011, Arthur Goldhammer, French Politics. HTML link: here.

The sources of French discrimination against Muslims, April 11, 2011, Henry Farrell, The Monkey Cage. HTML link: here.

How do Muslims qua Muslims integrate in the US?

16 May 2017|

[8] How do Muslims qua Muslims integrate in the US?, 2015, with Claire L. Adida and David D. Laitin, Economics Bulletin 35(4): 1-17.

The effect of weather-induced internal migration on local labor markets. Evidence from Uganda

16 May 2017|

[7] The effect of weather-induced internal migration on local labor markets. Evidence from Uganda, 2015, with Eric Strobl, World Bank Economic Review 29(2): 385-412.

Religious homophily in a secular country: evidence from a voting game in France

16 May 2017|

[6] Religious homophily in a secular country: evidence from a voting game in France, 2015, with Claire L. Adida and David D. Laitin, Economic Inquiry 53(2): 1187-1206.

Muslims in France: identifying a discriminatory equilibrium

16 May 2017|

[5] Muslims in France: Identifying a discriminatory equilibrium, 2014, with Claire L. Adida and David D. Laitin, Journal of Population Economics 27(4): 1039-1086.

Women, Muslim immigrants, and economic integration in France

16 May 2017|

[4] Women, Muslim immigrants, and economic integration in France, 2014, with Claire L. Adida and David D. Laitin, Economics and Politics 26(1): 79-95.

When do textbooks matter for achievement? Evidence from African primary schools

16 May 2017|

[3] When do textbooks matter for achievement? Evidence from African primary schools, 2013, with Maria Kuecken, Economics Letters 119(3): 311-314.

Voting for redistribution under desert-sensitive altruism

16 May 2017|

[2] Voting for redistribution under desert-sensitive altruism, 2012, with Roland I. Luttens, Scandinavian Journal of Economics 114(3): 881-907.

Identifying barriers to Muslim integration in France

16 May 2017|

[1] Identifying barriers to Muslim integration in France, 2010, with Claire L. Adida and David D. Laitin, PNAS (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America) 107(52): 384-390.

 

Media coverage (a selection of 5 media):

French employers biased against Muslim applicants, research says, November 26, 2010, Claire Churchard, People Management (UK).

“L’effet musulman”, facteur de discrimination pour les immigrés, November 24, 2010, Ngagne Fall, Jeune Afrique. HTML link: here.

La religion musulmane, facteur discriminant à l’embauche, November 23, 2010, Cécile Dumas, Sciences et Avenir. HTML link: here.

Fake CVs reveal discrimination against Muslims in French job market, November 22, 2010, Ed Yong, Discover Magazine (US). HTML link: here.

La discrimination pénalise de 15% le revenu des musulmans, selon une étude, November 22, 2010, Agence France Press (AFP).