Gautam Nair and Federico Sturzenegger study the “Great Reflation” in part to explain why the interest rate spike has not led to widespread sovereign debt crises.
Liz McKenna analyzes electoral shifts in the low-income peripheries of Southeast Brazil’s large cities, adding nuance to existing theories.
Todd Rogers and Sharad Goel find that automated text message reminders significantly reduce the number of arrest warrants for missing court dates.
Karen Dynan finds that caring for children is the major factor inhibiting women’s labor force participation in South Korea.
Harvard Kennedy School faculty disseminate their research in working publications and papers that contribute to public knowledge and fuel policy innovation. This list features recent faculty publications, including journal articles, books, edited volumes, research papers, and public testimony.
Status Reinforcement in Emerging Economies: The Psychological Experience of Local Candidates Striving for Global Employment
Al Dabbagh, M., H. Riley Bowles, and B. Thomason. "Status Reinforcement in Emerging Economies: The Psychological Experience of Local Candidates Striving for Global Employment." Organization Science 27.6 (December 2016): 1453-1471.