Publications in English

[13] Disease and Human Capital Accumulation: Evidence from the Roll Back Malaria Partnership in Africa, with Maria Kuecken and Josselin Thuilliez, forthcoming in The Economic Journal.

Media coverage:

In Sub-Saharan African, as malaria rolls back, human capital moves forward, December 12, 2016, Maria Kuecken, World Bank Development Impact blog. HTML link: here.

Healthy lives mean smarter kids, period, May 6, 2016, Hervé Verhoosel, Huffington Post. HTML link: here.

[12] Anti-Muslim discrimination in France: Evidence from a field experiment, 2020, World DevelopmentAppendix: here.

[11] Information reduces corruption and improves enrolment (but not schooling): A replication study of a newspaper campaign in Uganda, 2019, with Maria Kuecken, Journal of Development Studies 55(5): 1007-1029.

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

[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):

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

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

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

[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.

[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.

[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.

[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.

[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.

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

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