Area of Specialization

Economics of Education – Development Economics – Applied Economics – Agricultural Economics.

Peer-reviewed articles

  1. Preschool and Parental Response in a Second-Best World: Evidence from a large-scale preschool construction experiment in Cambodia (2018), Journal of Human Resources,  with D. Filmer (World Bank), K. Macours (PSE), S. Naudeau (World Bank), Spring 2018 vol. 53 no. 2 474-512.  [Paper]
  2. Adjusting content to individual student needs: Further evidence from an in-service teacher training program (2016), Economics of Education Review, Volume 50, p.90-112 [Paper]
  3. L’assignation aléatoire comme méthode d’évaluation des politiques publiques (2014), Economie et Prévision, with Juliette Seban, vol.1, no. 204-205 [Paper]

Working Papers

  1. Heterogeneous Preschool Impact and Close substitutes: Evidence from a Construction Program in Cambodia (2018), Job Market Paper with Jan Berkes (DIW)[JMP]
  2. Joint effects of parental stimulation and nutrition status on child development: Evidence from rural Cambodia (2018), with Jan Berkes, Abbie Raikes (University of Nebraska) Deon Filmer (World Bank DECH) R&R Development Science [Working Paper 2018].
  3. Using RCTs to Estimate Long-Run Impacts in Development Economics (2018), with Yue Huang, Michael Kremer and Edward Miguel, manuscript accepted for the 2019 Annual Review of Economics.

Policy Papers

  1. La taille des classes influence-t-elle la reussite scolaire ?,  with Julien Grenet and Marc Gurgand [Paper]
  2. Impact Evaluation of Three Types of Early Childhood Development Interventions in Cambodia, with D.Filmer, K. Macours, S. Naudeau, World Bank report, 2013 [Paper]
  3. Evaluation d’impact du dispositif Coup de Pouce Clé, with Dominique Goux, Marc Gurgand, Eric Maurin, Rapport final FEJ, May 2013. [Paper]
  4. Randomized Controlled Experiments in Education, with Marc Gurgand, EENEE Analytical, Report No. 11, February 2012. [Paper]

Media

  • Réduire la tailles des classes améliore bien les performances scolaires [Article]
  • En France, les élèves les plus en difficulté ont du mal à apprendre à lire, The Huffigton Post, November 2015.  [Article]
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