STEFANO CARIA

 

 

Hi! I am a Professor in the Department of Economics at the University of Warwick

I am affiliated to J-PAL, CEPR (development and labour), CAGE and the EEE program at STICERD. I am also IGC lead academic for Ethiopia and I serve as trustee for the Global Change Data Lab.

 

I use experimental and structural methods to investigate how to make labour markets more inclusive and more efficient.

Selected Research

THE ALLOCATION OF INCENTIVES IN MULTI-LAYERED ORGANISATIONS.

with Erika Deserranno, Gianmarco Leon-Ciliotta, Philipp Kastrau

THE SELECTION OF TALENT: EXPERIMENTAL AND STRUCTURAL EVIDENCE FROM ETHIOPIA.

with Girum Abebe and Esteban Ortiz-Ospina

American Economic Review, 2021

AN ADAPTIVE TARGETED FIELD EXPERIMENT: JOB SEARCH ASSISTANCE FOR REFUGEES IN JORDAN.

with Grant Gordon, Max Kasy, Soha Osman, Simon Quinn and Alex Teytelboym

R&R, Journal of the European Economic Association

SCEPTICAL EMPLOYERS? EXPERIMENTAL EVIDENCE ON BIASED BELIEFS CONSTRAINING FIRM GROWTH. 

with Paolo Falco

Review of Economics and Statistics, forthcoming

SEARCHING WITH FRIENDS.

with Simon Franklin and Marc Witte

Journal of Labor Economics, forthcoming

ANONYMITY OR DISTANCE?  JOB SEARCH AND LABOUR MARKET EXCLUSION IN A GROWING AFRICAN CITY

with Girum Abebe, Paolo Falco, Marcel Fafchamps, Simon Franklin, Simon Quinn

Review of Economic Studies, 2021

CAN PEOPLE FORM LINKS TO EFFICIENTLY ACCESS INFORMATION?

with Marcel Fafchamps

Economic Journal, 2020

EXPECTATIONS, NETWORK CENTRALITY AND PUBLIC GOOD CONTRIBUTIONS: EXPERIMENTAL EVIDENCE FROM INDIA 

with Marcel Fafchamps

Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 2019

DOES THE RISK OF POVERTY REDUCE HAPPINESS?

with Paolo Falco

Economic Development and Cultural Change, 2018