University of Minnesota - Twin Cities - Department of Applied Economics
Risk Compensation, Economic Epidemiology, Health Economics, HIV/AIDS, Development Economics
Economics of Education, Cost-Effectiveness, Development Economics
Savings Constraints, Financial Inclusion, Time Preference, Discounting, Labor Economics, Development Economics
Peer eﬀects, ﬁrm productivity, ﬁeld experiment
peer effects, firm productivity, field experiment
essential heterogeneity, heterogeneous treatment effects, education
savings constraints, income timing, commitment savings, direct deposit, labor supply
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