Postdoctoral Scholar, Stanford SPARQ
Catherine Thomas is a Postdoctoral Scholar at Stanford SPARQ and incoming faculty in Psychology and Organizational Studies at the University of Michigan. She holds a PhD in Social Psychology from Stanford University and a MSc in Global Mental Health from the University of London. Her research focuses on leveraging behavioral science to mitigate poverty and inequality, with a focus on agency, culture, and social inclusion.
Recent work by Catherine Thomas
Can psychosocial interventions make anti-poverty programmes more cost-effective? Evidence from Niger
A community-level film event and group-based life skills training can improve the cost-effectiveness of anti-poverty programmes
Articles : Labour Markets & Migration