Postdoctoral Fellow, Becker Friedman Institute
Christina Brown is a development economist studying labor and behavioral economics questions. Her research examines labor and education market imperfections, especially around issues of asymmetric information.
She is currently a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Becker Friedman Institute and will join the University of Chicago’s Economics Department as an Assistant Professor in 2023. She received a PhD in Economics from UC Berkeley and worked as a consultant for the World Bank and Save the Children. Prior to working as a researcher, she taught high school physics.
Recent work by Christina Brown
Can performance pay allow schools to attract and retain better teachers? Evidence from Pakistan
Performance pay contracts attract teachers who improve both test score and non-test score outcomes for students